This blog has been created to help students in the School of History develop your employability prospects, and to help you throughout your degree to prepare to enter the wider world of careers and employment.
Through the drop-down menus above, you’ll find signposts to all the employability-related services, awards, schemes, and opportunities available at the University. You’ll find advice on how to develop your skills and experience to prepare you for your career, and to help you decide on what that career should be!
Scroll down to find out more about the employability workshops and events going on across campus, and about opportunities for volunteering, placements, internships, paid work, and other work experience available to you.
The School is taking part in Humanities for Hire, a two-week series of employability talks, skills workshops, and other events intended specifically for Humanities students. I wanted to write to you to highlight a few sessions being particularly run by the School of History, but I would strongly encourage you to have a look through the full programme of events to see what might be relevant to you.
You may have seen adverts around the University over the last few weeks for the Big Ideas Competition, in which entrepreneurial students can pitch business ideas and enter to win an impressive prize. Here, Josh Clarke talks about his entry last year:
Continue reading “Guest post: The Big Ideas Competition”
Should you not be able to attend, there’s another chance to find out everything you need to know at our Postgraduate Open Evening on Tuesday 7th March from 5-7pm in Darwin Conference Suite.