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UCL Careers in Government and Policy Themed Week – Coming Soon!

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 14:34:42 +0000

  In a couple of weeks time we see the start of UCL Careers Government & Policy Themed Week. You will fine below a run through of the range of events organised to inspire and engage those who are interested in a career within the public sector, as well as those who are yet undecided. […]

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“TEXT!!” What can Love Island teach us about careers?

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 11:09:16 +0000

I assume you’re watching Love Island, right? It seems we all are. And if you’re not, you’ve only missed ~40 episodes. Cancel all plans and you’ll be caught up in no time. It’ll be well worth it. Much like David Attenborough’s Planet Earth, Love Island offers new perspectives on our world, a window through which we […]

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The 7 R’s of Success for Newly Qualified Teachers

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 09:26:31 +0000

Hi, I’m Anna and I’m one of the Career Consultants working with students at the UCL Institute of Education. I know a lot of you will be coming to the end of your teacher training, and I imagine you’re probably having mixed feelings right now… On the one hand – PHEW! And a big virtual […]

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Alternative Services

If you're not eligible to use UCL Careers as a current UCL student, recent graduate* or staff member, there are other services / resources available to you:

  • The Careers Group, University of London provides local services to students and recent graduates* at each of these University of London Colleges and Institutes. You should contact your own college's service for details of what's available to you.
  • Graduates from non-UoL universities may have continued access to your own University Careers Service - contact them directly for more information. 
  • CoSector - The University of London: Provides a range of professional development courses, developed and facilitated by their approved consultants. This is a commercial service aimed at graduates / professionals from any university at any stage in their career.
  • The National Careers Service: A free service provided by the UK government. The website offers information on careers, applications and CVs, and courses. You can get advice from careers advisors by telephone, email or webchat. You can also arrange an appointment in person.

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*"Recent graduates" at most of the University of London Colleges and Institutes refers to those who completed a course within the past two years.