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.
We offer information, advice and guidance to students, researchers and graduates and work with employers to connect them with our students and recent graduates.
Find out what you should do to effectively prepare for an interview when time is limited.
Find out about the different employer events, skills development workshops, and careers fairs that the Careers Service organises throughout the year.
Find out how the Careers Service can help if you want to change or leave your course and where to find other sources of support.
Find out about the pages you can access to help you with your career planning.
This page lists all the helpsheets and guides produced by the Careers Service.
Find out about InterviewStream - software that allows you to practice your interview techniques with over 7000 questions.
If you are a student or graduate, you can practice common aptitude tests and find out more about employer recruitment stages through Graduates First
If you are a student or graduate, you can take aptitude and personality tests through Team Focus to help you make choices about your career.
Careers service advice on utilising Bath Connection to inform your career choices.
The Employer Services team within the Careers Service can help employers to connect with University of Bath students and recent graduates.
Find out about what vacancies and opportunities we advertise in the Careers Service and how to advertise with us.
Find out about what the Careers Service can offer recruitment intermediaries who wish to advertise to students.
Find out further details about attending our Autumn Careers Fair as an employer.
Find out further details about attending our Summer Opportunities Fair as an employer.
Find out further details about attending our Graduate Recruitment Networking Evening as an employer.
Find out what full-time first degree UK and other EU domiciled students went on to do after graduation. Data includes job titles, employers and further study.
Information on the destinations of full-time UK and other EU domiciled doctoral graduates from recent years.
Find out about the purpose of the survey, how the information is used and who has been asked to participate.