We understand the specific needs of degree apprenticeship students, balancing employment and Master's level study. We can offer tailored careers advice to support you in thinking about your future, making the most of your newly developed skills and leadership behaviours. We are committed to giving you impartial and independent support and advice. We hope you find the resources useful and informative and that they support you to achieve your aims.
You can access all resources, including recording of webinars, information pages on career development strategies and LinkedIn advice on our portal, MyFuture. We have sets of resources that might be specifically useful for degree apprenticeship students:
- Degree apprenticeship student resource. This resource covers career development strategies specifically for degree apprenticeship students.
- Get started: Postgraduate taught (Master’s) students guide. This guide has relevant advice and resources for students with more than two years full-time work experience, also called experienced hires (EH).
- Get Started: Career fulfilment. This guide will take you through resources to help you develop skills around wellbeing and fulfilment related to your career.
The Career Service blog has useful advice such as latest recruitment trends and career development strategies. You can subscribe to the blog so you get notified whenever we post. Go to the blog.
Degree apprenticeship students can benefit from 1:1 support from Advisers through our range of appointments. A one-to-one appointment with a careers adviser could be very helpful to clarify your thinking and to develop a plan of action to achieve your goals. We can help you with your career development strategy, job search approaches and anything else career-related. Appointments are available Monday to Friday including lunchtimes and evenings slots to allow for accessibility during the working hours of degree apprenticeship students.
Longer 45-minute Careers Guidance appointments are also available for degree apprenticeship students. These are available by referral only - for example, from a 20-minute Careers Appointment.
Appointments take place in person and remotely. You can choose between a telephone call, Teams call or in-person appointment.
Find out more about appointments.
We run regular skill events and host sector-based, employer and panel events on campus or virtually. We have recording of these events and bite-size webinars on recruitment skills available 24/7. You can find out what is coming up, book your place and find recordings in MyFuture.
More help from the university
Entrepreneurship is a key theme at Bath. The University works with businesses, researchers, and students to enable new ideas, innovation, and growth. There are lots of schemes and opportunities to engage as an intrapreneur or an entrepreneur.
Our E-networking connection programme helps alumni and students share their professional experiences and offer advice on career progression, sector insights and succeeding in your industry. Go to Bath Connection.