Monthly Archives: September 2014

What Next after studying Philosophy? – exploring your options…

I spoke at the Introduction to Honours session for Philosophy students this week, and am posting the slides for you to use when exploring your options after Philosophy. What next after philosophy – 2014 ? You’ll also find lots of interesting case … Continue reading

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LEL students – what will you do when you graduate?

Sadly I was unable to talk to you at the Careers session billed for today (Friday 19th Sept) as there was a timetabling clash with your dissertation session. However, all is not lost, and by the wonders of technology you … Continue reading

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Next steps for Psychology students – slides from my recent session….

Hello For those who came along – and those who missed it – I promised to circulate my slides from the recent lunchtime session I ran  for final year psychology students – though all psychology students may find them useful, … Continue reading

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What am I doing here!? – a question for all early-years students …..

………and the obvious answer – ‘studying for my degree of course!’ Great – and lucky you! – 4 years to study a subject you love in depth, at a great university. But what else are you doing here…….? I would … Continue reading

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The New Careers Service Guide – something for PPLS students in all years…..

…..yes, the latest edition of our Guide has hit the shelves and the web, with something for everyone, regardless of degree-year, or your stage in your career-thinking. From first to final year and beyond, from clued-up to clue-less and anywhere in … Continue reading

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Arts and Humanities Early Career Researcher Experiences

Originally posted on Research student careers blog:
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy have just published a report from research they commissioned on the experiences of early career researchers (ECRs) in the humanities.  It provides…

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We’ve updated our Social Media content – have you?

Does your social media  footprint reflect who you are?     If you’ve dipped into my blog over the past your, you’ll know I’ve posted on the rising importance of social media as a tool in your career-planning toolbox. And also stressed the … Continue reading

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