Need a guide to making the most of university and navigating your career-path….?

prospects career guide

….read on!

Prospects, an old hand in the graduate careers and employment market, have just launched a new Guide – the Student Career Guide – useful whatever year you’re in at university.

Covering topics such as:

  • gaining experience
  • skills you’ll need in the workplace
  • finding internships

and more on the theme of preparing yourself for life after your studies, plus all aspects of job-hunting including:

  • choosing which areas of work to apply to
  • using social media effectively in your career search
  • the application process

plus succinct sector profiles, many of them of interest to PPLS students, including:

  • marketing advertising and PR
  • public sector
  • healthcare
  • social care
  • HR and recruitment
  • charity and voluntary  sector
  • teaching  and education

Check out all the areas covered via their contents page, which links you directly to the subject you’re interested in.

(though don’t forget the Careers Service website and its fantastic resources which offer much more indepth information on different sectors, via our online Occupations information, a variety of different tools to help you to figure out your career, lots of support for gaining experience, finding vacancies, getting through the application process, and so much more…..)

Keep this handy guide bookmarked, as an extremely useful starting point for career-related advice and information, alongside the in-depth resources of your Careers Service.


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