Which statement best fits you? Use these answers to help start planning your career.
Don't leave it too late! It's much easier to develop the skills employers require during your degree than after graduation.
- Explore our get experience pages to find experience that can inform your long-term career thinking and develop your CV
- You may find it helpful to complete our Self Awareness Moodle before booking an appointment
- If you are not ready to think about your career because you don't know where to begin, you may wish to book an appointment to speak to a member of the Careers team.
If you are ready to start thinking about your career options then you may want to consider the following:
- Increasing self-awareness will influence your career choice
- A career profile questionnaire may help you to reflect on career choices possible - try the Prospects Career Planner
- Register for the Warwick alumni e-mentoring scheme to make connections with alumni who may be able to help you to plan your career
- Look at our researching employers and job sector pages to understand more about requirements, labour market information and sector trends.
- Speak to experts in your chosen field – discover opportunities to meet employers and alumni via myAdvantage (login required)
- Book an appointment with a member of the Careers team
If you are ready to apply for opportunities you may want to consider the following:
- Look for vacancies or placements on myAdvantage (login required)
- Read our help and advice on searching jobs
- Explore our application resources
- Attend a CV or applications workshop - find and book via myAdvantage (login required)
- Develop your interview skills using our interview guidance
- Book an appointment or attend a drop in with a member of the Careers team
Congratulations, and good luck. Remember you can access careers support after you graduate if you need our help.