Developing skills for the world of work is an integral part of your learning experience. Part of this happens in the classroom, but future employers want to see evidence of a broader set of skills than just book knowledge. This is why your involvement in societies, projects and community groups is important too. The Careers Service can tell you more about making good choices now that can benefit you later. They offer the following services:
- Information on different careers/industries/employers
- Help with your CV, cover letter or application
- Host Career Fairs and workshops
- Offer information on job opportunities and vacation work
You may think that your course of study locks you into a definite career path, but when you sit down with a trained career advisor you’ll realise that your career choices are much broader than you think, and that there could be a variety of routes to achieving your goals.
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