Support for taught postgraduates
As a taught postgraduate, we can help you make the decisions that are right for you and your future.
Whether you know what you want to do next, or are still unsure, the Careers Service provides the support to help you decide, apply and succeed. This includes:
- a programme of careers events and seminars running throughout the year
- the chance to meet employers and alumni
- information and resources to help you find jobs or postgraduate research
- opportunities to develop your work experience
Plus individual careers advice and guidance
It's your postgraduate degree, Make it Count
Timetable - Our timetable for postgraduate students will help you plan your year and make the most of what’s on offer.
Make it Count Online - access via your MOLE course list
We understand that you might need slightly different careers support and advice so, we’ve created a programme of events and an online resource designed specifically for taught postgraduates.
Studying for a postgraduate degree can be a challenge - and thinking about what to do afterwards can often seem like an even bigger one! Especially when you’re busy with assignments and deadlines.
Simply log into MUSE, open MOLE and it should automatically appear in your course list*.
As well as lots of useful information and advice, there are also videos, quizzes and a reflective workbook to record your progress during and beyond your postgraduate course.
*If CAS - Make it Count doesn’t appear in your course list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make it Count events - book via Career Connect within MUSE
As a taught postgraduate, you can attend any of our careers events. These include sessions to help you make the most of your postgraduate knowledge and skills, such as:
- An event featuring all the skills development teams (‘Join up your postgrad skills’)
- A session explaining the jobs market for taught postgrads (‘Fast Track’)
- A career planning workshop (‘Your Masters.. what next?”)
- Seminars on applying for a PhD and careers in academia