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Learn about your options during and after your degree, such as different career sectors, further study and working abroad

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LinkedIn Learning is now available to all students for free.

Update your digital capabilities and learn new skills with free unlimited access to over 13,000 online learning resources created by industry experts.

careers connect: appointments, events & jobs board.

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Details about the range of roles available in the heritage sector and the areas of work the heritage sector covers.

Heritage & culture events

RSS feed for Heritage & culture events

Heritage & culture sector

Find out all about careers in heritage and culture, whether you are just interested in exploring the area, thinking about planning a career in heritage and culture or you are ready to apply for jobs. This page has information and resources to get you started.

Heritage careers events

Heritage careers events

Heritage sector

The heritage sector covers museums, buildings, archaeology, archives and conservation. A degree in a subject such as history, classics or archaeology can be useful but is by no means essential.


Hex Mad is a board games startup founded by University of Birmingham Linguistics graduate Ian James.

Higher Education: university jobs beyond academia

Details about what Birmingham PGRs have gone on to pursue careers in non-academic roles in Higher Education.

Hilary Spencer

Hilary may be of interest to students with an interest in education policy, equality strategies, civil service and learning and development.

Hireviser Free Online Employability Course for students

Students, access the free 6 week employability course now and help Hireviser by providing your feedback!

Holly Hughes case study

Case study from Holly Hughes who is an Intern at Kids Club Kampala and studied MSc International Development in 2020
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