Category Archive: Undergraduate

Apr 24

How to plan your career in your final year

Outstretched hand holding a compass.

Written by Anne Delauzun, Careers Consultancy Manager As you reach the end of your course, we hope you’ve found studying to be an enjoyable and enriching experience. Perhaps the past few years have confirmed your passion for your subject and you’ve decided to pursue a career in a related field, or maybe you’ve discovered new interests and …

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Apr 19

Careers Events 23-27 April

Check out this list to see next week’s events organised by your Careers Centre.                  

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Feb 12

Jobs and study opportunities abroad

The New Year sees the launch of a new resource.    GoinGlobal is a fantastic tool to help you research job and study opportunities throughout the world.

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Feb 09

Work for the UK Government

  True professionals look for meaning in their careers; they want to know that all their efforts at work lead to positive social impact. This thought motivates them every day and fuels their ambition. If you’re looking for a meaningful career and thrive on daily challenges, consider joining the GORS (the Government Operational Research Service) schemes …

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Feb 09

Become a STaR Mentor

STaR (Student Transitions at Reading) mentors are current student volunteers that are committed to helping others and genuinely want to make a difference to a new student’s start at the University of Reading.  Non-final year Undergraduate, International Foundation Programme and Postgraduate Research students from any academic subject can apply. Students that apply to become a …

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