Welcome Freshers, Postgraduates and Returners - Autumn 2018
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See our Careers Service information for new and returning students to get up to date!
Are you a final year? Make sure to check out our Checklist for Final Years blog entry coming next week!
Are you a fresher?
Enjoy your first few weeks at Bath. If you’re going to the Freshers’ Fair this week, you’ll probably find yourself signing up for clubs and societies, or other activities like volunteering. All of the above are great for your CV, as potential employers look for students who can demonstrate their initiative, have strong communication and organisation skills (e.g. the ability to juggle coursework with extracurricular activities and jobs!), and have held some positions of responsibility during their time at University. It is never too early to think about your career!
Make sure you visit us in our wonderful University hub in the city centre, the Virgil Building, check out or Careers website and be sure to like our Facebook page! In addition, register for MyFuture to be kept up to date on careers events, jobs, careers resources (webinars, links, recordings of events and more) and to set up an appointment with one of the careers advisers or application advisers. See our range of appointments here.
Returning to second year?
So, you’re back after the long summer break, welcome back! Now’s a really great time to be thinking about your career. Do you know what you want to do when you graduate? If not, you could consider booking an appointment with one of our careers advisers to discuss your options, please do so through MyFuture. In addition, we have over 150 employers coming to campus for our Careers Fair later on 18th and 19th of October, and in the meantime we have lots of employer events and skills development workshops for you to attend, all bookable through MyFuture.
Are you a postgraduate?
As with our freshers, as a postgraduate you may also find some relevant societies for you and spruce up your CV with relevant volunteering. There is also a Postgraduate Association (PGA) which represents and supports the nearly 4000 research and taught postgraduates on campus. If you are a postgraduate taught student you may want to think about applying for graduate schemes already in October, therefore have a read of our Find a Graduate Job guide and come and see us for an appointment in our wonderful city centre hub, the Virgil Building if you need further support.
Over the coming months, we’ll be blogging on topics such as:
- Making the most of the careers fair
- Aceing interviews and assessment centres
- How to start your internship and job hunt
- Equality and Diversity
- Alternatives to Grad Schemes
- and more sector specific information within Engineering and Design, Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences and Management
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