Below we have come up with nine scenarios for the way you may be feeling as you approach graduation. Each scenario includes tailored support and resources to help as you plan for life after university.
Find your scenario and discover the support you can get.
Read the answers from our advisers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ). If you've got a question for us, we've highlighted six ways you can get the answer.
The good news: you don't need to have everything figured out yet.
Start by using our resources below to help you identify potential areas of interest then speak to us for advice.
The good news: things are returning to normal. More opportunities will become available as the economy opens up.
Below are some things you can be doing now to help keep your career plans moving.
The good news: in response to Covid-19 some work placements moved online, and new innovative approaches created.
Develop your career skills and find opportunities below.
The good news: we have gathered a list of national and international jobs boards as well as exclusive vacancies on MyCareer.
Start with the links below for tips on finding vacancies, networking and understanding the different graduate job options.
The good news: we have lots of resources to help you ace the application process from workshops to 30-minute online courses.
Use our resources to practice psychometric tests, view example CVs and brush up your interview technique.
The good news: there is always demand for highly skilled graduates who have specialised to develop their expertise.
Hear from postgraduate students about why they decided to pursue further study and where it is leading them.
The good news: it's a good opportunity to gain experience and work on your skills.
Use our links below to explore ideas about what you could do during a year out and how it could help your future career.
The good news: your specific skills are sought after by employers.
Understand the unique skills and experience you bring to the role as a postgraduate student.
The good news: there are now more options than ever for staying in the UK after graduation to find work.
Follow our links below to find advice and resources to help you secure a job in the UK.
Six ways you can get in touch with us.
Alumni - speak to an adviser
Careers support for students and alumni of MBA, MSc and PhD.
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