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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

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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.

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LinkedIn Learning is now available to all students for free.

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careers connect: appointments, events & jobs board.

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Personal Skills Award employer support

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Personal Skills Award Employer Supporters homepage, detailing all of the current PSA employer supporters.

Personal Skills Award events

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Events for the Personal Skills Award (PSA)

PG Skills Series

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PG Skills "Get Equipped for the world of work"

Pharmaceutical industry

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Information and useful links on career pathways in the pharmaceutical industry for postgraduate researchers.

PhD career stories

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Case study of PhD candidate Katie Barnett, College of Arts & Law

PhD careers case studies

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PhD career case studies and labour market information

PhD graduate careers stories

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Postgraduate Researchers - Graduate Stories

Phil Kelly (mentor) - mentoring case study

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Phil Kelly (mentor) - mentoring case study.

Philosophy conferences, Universities of Leeds and Edinburgh

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Emily had a paper accepted at the Compassion and Cruelty conference at the University of Leeds, which involved her giving a presentation on her paper and making it accessible to a non-philosophy audience. She also attended a two day conference at the University of Edinburgh, where she was able to engage with fellow philosophy students - who told her how she should go about finding funding for my PhD and gave great advice on the process of becoming an academic. Opportunities such as giving papers at conferences are vital for Emily as she wishes to pursue a career in academia.

Phoebe Gill - Gateway Bursary

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Phoebe, a student in the School of History and Cultures, used the Gateway Bursary towards working as an Intern at 103.2 Dublin City FM.
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