Across campus there are a series of workshops and events organised by Careers and Skills, allowing you to hear from employers and Warwick graduates about different job sectors. Examples of these events include:
Marketing, advertising and PR
Presentations and networking with industry professionals, allowing you to discover how you can carve a career in this sector, and to understand how to secure a role in this industry when you graduate.
Radio, film and TV
A panel of speakers on how they have pursued their careers in radio, film and TV, discussing the challenges they have faced, revealing the range of career opportunities available and how you might get involved.
Working for more than profit
An event driven by student demand to network with organisations and individuals, including alumni, across the Not for Profit sectors, enabling you to engage with those who are not working for commercial benefit.
At Warwick, we also offer you a range of programmes which will provide you with hands-on experience, helping you to start thinking about what to do next.
The Careers Blog
Follow the University's Careers Blog, featuring posts written by staff and students about applications, interviews, work experience and the job market.
When thinking about preparing for your future, it is useful to assess your skills in order to see your strengths and weaknesses, which will help you explore your options.
Through our Skills and Careers service, we have a range of online resources available to help you map out your skills, alongside in-person Strengths workshops.
The right employer for you
Researching employers is essential to identify what kind of work is right for you. At Warwick we help you through this process by:
- Connecting you to Alumni through e-mentoring, to help you get industry or career information.
- Providing job sector events, careers fairs and presentations from employers.
- Creating Employer Visit Reports, written by our Careers staff.