Making the Most of your Masters

Plan your year

My Masters Career Journey is a tool to help you move forward with your career plans and make the most of your time. 

Use My Masters Career Journey in association with the Pebblepad workbook to help you explore, plan and apply for your future career.

lightbulb purple transparentAs with so many things in life, your Masters is what you make of it. Explore the opportunities available to you on and off campus. Find out how you can gain experience, develop a broad range of skills and make contacts useful for your future career.

Mastering your career

Mastering your Career is a series of courses delivered by Careers Network specifically designed for Masters students to help you succeed in the job market and to provide a focus on your professional and career development as part of the Masters year.

If you find that the Mastering your Career course is not running at this time, you can access a self-paced version of the course here.

Mentoring

Get involved: Find out how you can develop your skills on campus

Although your priority during your Masters year will of course be your academic studies, there are a whole range of opportunities for getting involved with extra-curricular activities as a PGT. Through active participation and engagement on campus, you can develop your skills and employability, build networks, and enhance your CV - and potentially, give something back to your University community!

Need advice to help make the most of your Masters year?

Case studies

Get inspired by seeing what other students have done during their studies:

Make the most of your Masters

The following two minute video gives you top tips for making the most of your Masters from students who graduated in 2016.