We deliver a range of courses, as shown below, targeted at PhD students throughout the year.
We also offer a central programme for all students (see below) and there will be events relevant to you and your careers research.
PhD Careers Programme
Our workshop programme includes sessions on making applications for academic jobs and careers beyond academa, interview skills and personal and career development topics.
If you missed the PhD Networking Brunch you can find the employers who attended on MyNottingham.
Doctoral Training Programmes and faculty/school events
Our specialist senior careers adviser, Kirstin Barnard, delivers presentations and workshops at specific events as part of Doctoral Training Programmes, faculty, school or departmental training programmes. These workshops include both Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Strong Interest Inventory. Please email us to find out more.
Career development online course
Our new course, Thinking Ahead - Exploring Career Options is an online Moodle course which we would like to encourage all PhDs to take. Ideally take this course during your first half of your research degree.
There are three modules:
- Module 1: Thinking About Yourself
- Module 2: Thinking About Your Options
- Module 3: Career Decisions
Careers events for all students
You may also want to review our events programme for all students as they maybe relevant to your situation and some of the visiting speakers have a background in research. The events programme includes:
- Spotlight On - an insight into sectors
- Skills workshops - covering all aspects of the recruitment process
- Recruitment and careers fairs - meet employers with vacancies to fill
- Employer presentations - find out about opportunities open to you