Careers Service information pages
Find out about the pages you can access to help you with your career planning.
The Careers Service produces a range of information web pages that you can work through to help you understand your career options or next steps. These can help if you want to know how to get started and where your skills could lead you in the future, or if you already know what you'd like to do next and need some help to get there.
Choose a career
If you are not sure what you want to do with your career, our choose a career pages can help you. They offer advice on finding out about different careers, understanding what you may want or enjoy in a job and how to improve your employability skills.
Succeed in the selection process
If you are applying for jobs, our succeed in the selection process pages can guide you through every stage. From the start of the process when you are applying for roles, right through to the final stages of interviews and assessment centres.
Get work experience
Our get work experience pages can help you to find opportunities for internships and other work experience.
Find a graduate job
If you are looking to start your graduate job search, these pages are a great place to start. Use them to help you with your job-hunting strategy.
Find further study
Our find further study pages will help you to weigh up if further study is an option for you, and guide you through the applications process.
For first year students
Our information for first years' page is full of tips and advice for how you can make the most of your first year at university and start planning ahead for your future career.
For international students
We have a range of dedicated pages to help with career planning and the unique career concerns that you may have as an international student.
Our pages for researchers cover common career topics specifically from a researcher's point of view.
If you have graduated from the university, the Careers Service can still help you. Find out about the support you are able to access.
For prospective students
If you are interested in studying at Bath, you can find out more about what we offer and sources of information we recommend to help you choose a course.
Equality and diversity
If you are concerned about issues regarding equality and diversity and your career, we can help. We also offer specialised support for disabled students.
We maintain a resource catalogue listing a variety of our own in-house and third party resources to help you with your career planning.
Events and fairs
We offer a wide range of events and fairs throughout the year. Events are hosted by Careers staff and employers.