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Interested in a career within Life and Health Sciences?
Fri, 03 Mar 2017 10:23:56 +0000
Join us for a series of panel events and workshops taking place during Life and Health Sciences Themed Week, Monday 6th – Thursday 9th March 2017. Our panel contributors, from various professional backgrounds and at different stages of their careers, include a Patent Attorney from J A Kemp, the Global Head of Digital at […]Read more...
Working for a Healthy Society
Tue, 28 Feb 2017 15:22:57 +0000
Careers within the field of life and health sciences are incredibly diverse and encompass a broad range of specialisms in both clinical and non-clinical areas. Whether you are looking to apply your skills and expertise ‘behind the scenes’ within research, laboratory-based work or the development of new scientific treatments and medical technology, or directly with […]Read more...
Commonly Asked Careers Questions
Fri, 17 Feb 2017 16:25:10 +0000
My name’s Elaine Denniss and, having worked as a Careers Consultant in the UCL Careers Service for nearly eight years, I’ve developed a good sense of some of the common concerns that students have regarding their career pathways and some of the myths that perpetuate around careers. Here are a few of the questions that […]Read more...
UCL Graduates: Left UCL in the last two years?
When your course at UCL finishes, your access to careers support doesn't. For up to two years after you leave UCL you'll have access to specialist one-to-one coaching from careers consultants experienced with dealing with recent leavers, a suite of careers-related workshops designed specifically for the issues of the graduate job seeker plus the same range of services, (including the employer events programme), from UCL Careers that current students benefit from.
NEW FOR 2016/17 - CAREERS ESSENTIALS ONLINE
Our recently launched online careers education course including video-based interactive tutorials, key resources sets and activity and support centres is now available. Learn more about the graduate jobs market, how to source opportunities, marketing yourself on CVs, applications and interviews as well as how to 'survive' the job hunt. Access the course
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If you left UCL more than two years ago, our parent body, The Careers Group, provides continued support for professional development or career changers.
If you are still studying at UCL, please return to our main site for information on what we offer...
Now you've left UCL, 30 minute appointments are available to discuss next steps whatever they might be and provide support in a range of areas... Our team of 6 graduate specialist careers consultants are available throughout the week and you can speak to someone in person, by phone or skype...
Graduates: What we do
As a recent UCL graduate, you still have access to a wide range of careers resources, job sites, recruitment, networking and skills development events / workshops plus specialised one-to-one careers coaching appointments. Watch this short video for more detail.