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Exploring career options
What can you do with your course, and how can you research the opportunities available to you?
It's important to take the time to research your options and test out ideas, so that you can be ready to apply for jobs when you graduate.
With so many career options available, it can be hard to know where to begin.
Start with the Career Ready Course to understand yourself better, research what’s out there and decide what’s best for you.
Generate career ideas by looking at what students on your course have gone on to do.
- Understand your motivations and skills by taking one of our career assessments.
Research employers and sectors
Build on your ideas by learning more about specific sectors and organisations.
- Use our sector guides to find out about areas of work that interest you (coming soon).
- Explore information and reports to research employers and sectors.
Grow your network
Make a great impression with employers and access the 'hidden' job market through your professional contacts.
Explore your options
Read Chloe's blog post to find out how she used her time at University to explore different options and decide on what career suited her best.
Kickstart your career planning with our interactive online courses.
Did you know?
Around 70% of advertised vacancies do not require a specific degree and are open to all graduates.
mycareer lists exclusive vacancies from employers who want to work with you!