Careers Service information for new and returning students
If you are new to the University or returning and haven't used us before, find out what the Careers Service does and how to access our support.
What we do
The Careers Service offers careers support, advice and guidance to students, researchers and graduates. We are friendly, confidential, impartial and free. Whether you know exactly what you are doing or have no idea, we can support you.
We offer one-to-one appointments to help you with your career choices or your CV, cover letter or applications. We organise a range of events and skills workshops throughout the year. We also provide a huge number of resources to help inform your career planning.
Our office is in the Virgil Building in the city centre. Find out more about our location
Myfuture is our hub for all things Careers. You can log in using your University username and password. Find out more about what each section offers you below.
Browse thousands of graduate jobs, internships, placements, and other opportunities specifically targeting Bath students and graduates.
Book an appointment to speak to an Adviser. We offer appointments for any careers-related questions as well as dedicated slots of CV and applications advice.
Events and Fairs
Book your place on one of our many events. These include workshops and skills sessions from our Careers team as well as events from external employers too.
Access Careers resources, including video series and webinar recordings to support you in your career development.
We also write regular blog posts to give you different insights into all things careers. There is advice from our advisers, insights about employers, case studies from graduates and much more. Make sure to subscribe so you never miss a post.
In the Careers Service we specialise in graduate jobs, internships, work experience and further study options.
Part-time jobs that fit around your studies are looked are handled the Students' Union.
Make the most of your first year
If you are in your first year of an undergraduate degree, career planning and graduate jobs can seem a long way off. However it is never too early to start thinking about your career plans. Take a look at our page for first years to find out how you can make the most of this time.
Final year and PGT students
If you are in your final year or on a taught postgraduate course (PGT), whether you are already applying to graduate schemes or still have no idea what you want to do -we can help. All the support and resources we have already mentioned on this page will help you to plan the next steps in your career or further study.
In addition, final year and PGT students can also access appointments on campus from their specialist faculty Careers Adviser. You will be able to see and book these in MyFuture up to 14 days in advance.
Stay in touch
If you need more help or want to keep updated on all things Careers, there are lots of ways to get in contact with us and keep up to date. We send out weekly emails to keep you informed about upcoming events.
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