Explore your options

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

Plan your next steps

Inform your next steps with a range of support, such as work experience, mentoring and starting a business

Apply for opportunities

Get support with the application process, including CVs, LinkedIn, application forms, interviews and assessment centres

digital resources hub

Access the digital resource hub - available 24/7, your one-stop shop for accessing the range of career tools included in studying at the University of Birmingham.

unlock your potential with careers network

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your free access to linkedin learning

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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Maintaining your wellbeing

We've compiled some resources and articles which contain great advice about how you can stay positive, healthy and safe during this time

Make a difference in your local area with Reverse Mentoring!

If you're from the West Midlands, and are in the final year of an undergraduate course or recently graduated from one, you are eligible to apply for the Reverse Mentoring Scheme, a unique opportunity to make a real difference in your area, and gain fantastic experience at the same time.

Make the most of careers fairs

Transcript of podcast episode with Phill Williams from Careers Network

Making career choices

Take a look at what graduates from the University of Birmingham do next and find out about what postgraduate courses are available.

Making Choices image transcript

Making Choices Transcript

Making Connections: Re-imagining Landscapes, Heritage Interpretation Conference, Inverness

Amelia attended the Making Connections four-day conference in Inverness, which addressed Heritage Interpretation. The conference highlighted how a multi-disciplinary approach is enabling people to discover meaning, value and ownership in landscapes, past, present and future. This international conference enabled decision-makers, managers, curators and interpreters to learn from each other - across disciplines and beyond borders.

Making the most of your Postgraduate Year video transcript

Making the most of your Postgraduate Year video transcript

Making the most of your summer

Careers Network is here to support you with tailored pathways of resources, activities, information, events, and opportunities specifically designed to help you to really get the most out of this summer.

Malcolm Remedios case study

Malcolm undertook two weeks work placement with the team working on BBC Doctors and a four-week placement at Film Birmingham.
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