Student careers are plentiful, and there are still many companies that offer graduate training schemes once you have your degree.
It's best if you're starting thinking about which career you want to follow at least a year before you graduate and get searching and applying for jobs, so you have a position to go to when you leave college or university.
Certainly, your fellow students will be doing the same, and you need to stand out from the crowd. We have developed some guides on the most popular careers students follow and some guidance on preparing CVs and interviewing techniques.
Career planning is important to ensure you are on the right career path and have a development plan to make the correct choice for your long term future. Your careers service at university can help you make your choices, but the following help guides will give you an insight into the opportunities that are available and what qualifications and training you would expect to undertake.
Interviews are perhaps the part of developing your career that most people hate with a passion, but we have prepared two guides to help you. One is a CV template that you can use together with an example CV, and the other is a guide to the toughest interview questions and how to answer them effectively.
Whatever student job or career you decide upon taking, good luck!