Our students study for many reasons; personal development, to gain an academic qualification or to start or progress their career. Read some of our student stories and learn more about their career journeys.
Why should I study a degree?
Your course and university experience will give you skills which can be transferred to a wide variety of careers. Such skills include communication, persuasion, analytical and problem-solving skills, time management and working under pressure. All these are very desirable to employers.
CLL students offer employers evidence of their ability to manage a blend of life and work experience that graduate recruiters look for in their selection processes.
As many graduate jobs are open to students from all degree subjects, there is a huge range of career possibilities. For example, jobs in marketing, finance and HR. You could also work in a range of sectors such as arts, culture and recreation, energy and utilities, public services and transport.
Careers support available
Student Opportunity enable our students at all levels to devise and implement their lifelong learning career plans, advising on the range of employment opportunities open to you.
Mel Pepper is our new Careers Adviser at CLL, contact Mel:m dot l dot pepper at warwick dot ac dot uk
Typically, CLL graduates will be committed, motivated, skilled in time management and be able to work effectively with a diverse range of people. All Warwick students get the chance to network with employers at careers fairs on campus and through local volunteering opportunities facilitated by Warwick Volunteers.
Those with existing work records can add to their appeal through higher education study, developing critical thinking, creative problem-solving and effective report writing skills as well as adding specific knowledge to their practical experience.
Did you know?
The University of Warwick is the third most targeted university in the country by employers*
*Source: High Fliers Report 2019/2020
Did you know?
Out of our 2017 2+2 graduates....
7 went on to full-time work
Where could a degree take me?
- Teacher: primary and secondary
- Community worker
- Social researcher
- Manager of early years settings
- Business development manager
- Family support worker
- Management trainee
- Local government officer
- Caseworker (MP)