Is there life beyond your PPLS degree…..?

qualitative research…yes, of course!  

…..and what will yours be like? Make sure you steer your future in a direction to suit you.

To help you work out your own path on graduation, we’ve brought in the experts!

We’ve invited your recent PPLS predecessors to come along and share with you the benefits of their experience,  advise you on how best to prepare, and the things they wish they’d known……!

They’ll be on campus on Thurs 4th Feb, 5-7.30, 7 George Sq, G32 – so make sure you’re there too – make a date in your diary now!

Grads from across the range of PPLS subjects, work in a wider variety of employment areas than you’d imagine – and so can you…..! Don’t know what some of these job titles below mean? Come along and find out – they’re all roles being done by PPLS grads

  • Talent acquisition
  • Technician/modeller
  • UX (User Experience) designer
  • Financial services advisory service practice manager
  • Marine proposals engineer
  • Business intelligence IT consultant
  • Library and information science

The PPLS Grads will talk about …………..

  • their  path since graduation – what they did and why
  • A flavour of what they do now
  • Tips on getting into their particular area of work/study
  • Things they wished they’d known as an undergrad
  • advice they’d like to give you on planning your career now

And after a series of (very) short talks, you get the chance to talk directly to grads over a glass of wine and refreshments – what a good way to end the session/start your evening! And if you cant make the whole session – feel free to drop in and out when you can.

Don’t miss it – your chance to learn what others wished they’d learned at your stage about moving on from PPLS – and enjoy a glass of wine on the house (or PPLS) at the same time – what’s not to like?!

Thurs 4th Feb, 5-7.30, 7 George Sq, G32

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