The wellbeing of our students is always our top priority. We have therefore made changes to how we deliver careers advice services.
You can contact a specialist Careers Adviser through the following online channels (all face-to-face appointments, drop-in sessions and careers events are no longer taking place until further notice). To access the following advice services, log in to My Career Hub using your student number and university password:
Science and Engineering courses open up a world of opportunities both in and out of the sector.
Prospects provide information about what graduates do after studying Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science/IT, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Environmental Science, Forensic Science, Geography, Mathematics, Physics and Product Design.
See our general, occupational and sector guides written by Careers staff.
The Science and Engineering Extra-curricular Award enables you to gain new skills and experiences in a wide range of hands-on Science and Engineering activities ranging from introductory workshops to interdisciplinary challenges and advanced skills.
You can gain the Award by completing at least five different activities taking at least 30 hours of which at least 10 hours are interdisciplinary.
The activities enable you to meet new people and enhance your CV by demonstrating a wide range of skills that employers are looking for: technical, problem-solving, innovation, teamwork, leadership, communication & adaptability.
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:
Marina Matosic (Faculty Careers & Employability Manager)
Janet Marshall (Faculty Careers & Employability Manger)
Kirstin Burke (Careers Adviser)
Megan Sharifi (Careers Adviser)
Sarah Reith (Assistant Careers Adviser)
Contact us using Ask a Question (log in via My Career Hub using your student ID and password).