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With many taught Masters courses being of just a year or so in
duration, the time can pass by very quickly. If you intend to start
a graduate-entry job on completion of your Masters course, you
almost have to start considering the next stage of your career at
the start of this one, as some employers advertise opportunities a
year in advance of the start date. This applies to many
public-sector opportunities, such as the National Civil Service,
NHS graduate schemes, the national Local Government Scheme, as well
as many private-sector employers.
There are several ways to obtain careers advice and guidance,
whether you want to talk through any ideas or concerns
about your career, to obtain advice on any type of work or
obtain feedback on your CV, help with interviews or any
aspect of recruitment and selection:
Arrange an appointment to speak to a Careers
Adviser - call us or call in to arrange an appointment.
You can usually see a Careers Adviser on the same day or within a
day or so. Find out about availability: Hull campus or Scarborough
Obtain careers advice and guidance by
e-mail -by completing our Enquiry Form. Away
from the campus? Unable to come and see us? Use our
advice by e-mail service.
Arrange an appointment via skype or
telephone - contact us to arrange a suitable date and
Careers account to access all services, view jobs, book a place
at an event etc.
View upcoming events including CV workshops, careers fairs,
talks by employers and mock interviews and assessment centres.
Printed information and resources are available
from both Hull and Scarborough Careers Centres.
practice psychometric tests.
Practice a typical verbal reasoning and numerical reasoning test
to assess your ability levels.
Arrange a mock interview with an
employer. You will need an up to date CV and a refundable
deposit of £5. Please note that these are subject to
Gate - a networking site for
scientists, and boasts over a million members worldwide. It also
has job details in scientific research.
- Postgrad.Com - European
- search advertised PhD study opportunities
with advice on funding
- Turn 2 Us - funding ideas
- Considering an academic career? An
Academic Career - resource hosted by the University of
Third Floor, University House, University of Hull, Cottingham
Road, Hull HU6 7RX
Lift available and fully accessible.
T: 01482 465096
Skype ID: HullUniCareers
Library Area, University of Hull, Filey Road, Scarborough YO11
Ground floor and fully accessible.
T: 01723 357247
Skype ID: scarbcareers
Please note that our services are restricted to University of
Hull students and alumni/graduates only.