Get expert advice on your career options by booking an appointment with a member of your faculty careers team. Appointments are 30 minutes long and can provide advice on a wide range of subjects including:
Careers Applications (inc CVs) Drop-In: 1-3.30pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in the Student Hub, Business School.
Careers Advice Drop-In: 10am-1pm on Monday in the Student Hub, Business School.
As a Business graduate there are a wide range of options available to you with many sectors and roles accepting applications from business related courses. Find out more about the some of the common next steps for graduates from Prospects:
Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Economics, Events Management, Hospitality, Marketing, Sports and Leisure Management and Travel and Tourism.
You can find advice around your job options, typical employers and the skills needed to succeed with your Law degree here.
Pro Bono (Law students)
Pro Bono is defined as unpaid legal work carried out for the public good. Our tailored Pro Bono schemes are designed to give you the opportunity to resolve real legal problems, and can cover civil and criminal as well as international law. Taking part allows you to develop your skills and enhance your employment prospects, putting your legal training into practice before you qualify.
See our general, occupational and sector guides written by Careers staff.
The Futures Skills Award allow you to gain recognition for any additional activities you undertake during your time at university. Designed to fit easily around your studies, the Futures Skills Award allows you to:
Hazel Doyle (Faculty Careers and Employability Manager – Business)
Nick Touati (Faculty Careers and Employability Manager – Law)
Shauna Burns (Careers Advisor)
Gemma Fairclough (Assistant Careers Adviser)
Abigail Sullivan (Assistant Careers Adviser)
Contact us using Ask a Question (log in via My Career Hub using your student ID and password).