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.

Careers Connect - CN1 (1)

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Tech Bootcamps for Women in West Midlands

Niyo Enterprise, based in Birmingham, is opening 3 major tech bootcamps in July that will be aimed to economically empower Black women from across the West Midlands.

Teen Calm - Catherine Wassell

Teen Calm is a monthly subscription box start-up created by University of Birmingham Catherine Wassell and the idea is inspired by her daughter.

Ten Streets

Ten Streets is a styling and lifestyle destination filled with responsible footwear inspired by indigenous people of Southern Africa.


Tessella is a global analytics, software services and IT consulting company that works with some of the world's leading organisations in pharmaceuticals, energy, consumer goods and the public sector.

The Birmingham Project

The Birmingham Project homepage - the project exclusive to undergraduate first year students.

The Birmingham Project employer partners

Information about The Birmingham Project's employer partners

The Birmingham Project Themes

A description about The Birmingham Project, a project aimed a first year undergraduates.

The Borrow Shop - Sophie Watson

Masters student Sophie Watson (MSc Urban Regional Planning) has created a venture called The Borrow Shop.
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