The University of Hertfordshire encourages its students to prepare for their future careers while taking advantage of the resources available on campus. Herts has a dedicated Careers and Employability department, available all year round to help students with anything from writing a standout CV and brushing up on interview skills, to starting their own business.
Students also benefit from the university’s virtual careers hub, where students can be guided through their career decisions by a friendly and responsive team of experts. The virtual hub provides information and opportunities for work experience and volunteering roles, which can be vitally important in making decisions about what to aim for after graduation. Students can connect with experts from the comfort of their own homes, using the ‘Ask a Question’ feature, and the coming year will see the university’s timetable of careers-related events scheduled in a virtual format for the first time ever.
University of Hertfordshire students on Whatuni say:
“The course modules are well presented and relevant to job opportunities.”
“There are weekly drop in sessions, refuel at emails telling you about spaces for jobs, and you’re welcome to go to the career hub at any point if you’d like extra help/advice.”
“I graduated with 3 job opportunities at 3 good branding agencies and this course really did provide me with all the scope to grow my career.”
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