We are still here to support you with your career and are still offering services remotely to students and graduates. You can find out more and learn how to get support on our help & advice page
Widening Participation programmes at Warwick are in place to recognise, inspire, and support students from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Recordings of the recent careers webinars are now available.
By Szu Ping Chan Business reporter, BBC News – featuring a Warwick law alum.
A summer programme of online writing workshops for your dissertation or major project, aimed exclusively at taught postgraduate students and available on Moodle
A series of webinars delivered by Student Opportunity’s Careers team. The webinars aim to provide advice and information to help students plan and manage their careers – skills which will become increasingly important in the current situation when there is so much uncertainty around the graduate job market. Topics will include career decision making, graduate options, virtual assessment centres, video interviews and how to research employers.
In addition to our existing aptitude and psychometric test resources, until the end of May 2020 you can complete an additional Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire and Mental Performance Tests.
Today we have launched Warwick Creative Space, an online space for you to connect and collaborate on creative projects with other Warwick staff and students.
Supporting NHS recruitment
During the current Covid-19 pandemic and exceptional circumstances for the National Health Service, we are supporting NHS recruitment by signposting directly to vacancies on the NHS webpages, rather than through our myAdvantage vacancy portal for Warwick students and graduates.
As we are signposting directly to the NHS website in under these circumstances, we have not applied our usual vacancy advertising policy, which applies to vacancies we publish through myAdvantage. We are not responsible for the content of external webpages or the opportunities advertised on them.