Alongside your academic studies, it's important to start thinking about your career goals early on in your degree. Whether you want to go onto further study, a career in a specific engineering field, or something completely different, there is lots of support available to help you get there. If you're not sure what you want to do, we can help you decide.

Careers Support

Resources to help you achieve your full potential during your studies.

Careers Support

Where Our Graduates Work

Information on our graduate destinations.

Where Our Graduates Work

Career Opportunities

The following advertisements have been shared with the Aerospace Engineering Employability Team. Further opportunities can be found on Career Connect, our Careers Service portal. Login to MUSE if you are a student or register if you are a recent graduate.

Career Opportunities  

Regular Careers Events

There's a range of support available to you as an engineering student throughout the semester. You'll get to meet with engineering specialists who understand the industry and the skills, knowledge and attributes employers and companies are looking for in placement students and graduates.

Careers Advice Appointments 

Year in Industry Appointments

One Off Careers Events

These one-off events are a fantastic opportunity to explore your career options and meet directly with employers. New events will be added throughout the year.

Semester 2 Career Events 2019-20

The following links will take you to Career Connect, which is an online portal managed by The Careers Service. Here you will find more information about each event, and links to book a place.

Royal Aeronautical Society Careers & Employability Event
6th May - Recorded Webinar and Slides

Sporadic Careers Events

Places on all workshops, fairs and employer events are bookable online using the “events” tab in Career Connect via MUSE.