Careers Service

The University Careers Service

The University's Careers Service can help you understand how to make effective career decisions and prepare for careers which will satisfy your ambitions and use your talents. It offers a high quality integrated guidance, information and vacancy service for all undergraduate and postgraduate students of the University and all students are strongly encouraged to use its facilities.

Studying China, Japan or Korea prepares our students for a career in the world's most dynamic region. Strong economic growth in China, the globalisation of the Japanese economy and the possible future reunification of the Korean peninsula offer massive potential opportunities for people with skills in Asian languages and cultures.

The School also has its own Careers Officer who is there to offer specialist advice on careers, internships, work experience and CV building throughout your degree.

Careers Service Support

The Careers Service supports students and graduates up to three years after graduation. Students in SEAS have access to a wide range of services and resources through the Careers Services which include:

The Careers Service is open: Monday - Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm (except Tuesdays when they open at 11.00am). You can also call them on Tel: 0114 2220910 or by Login to Career Connect via MUSE and send them an email enquiry if you find it difficult to visit.

The Careers Service also offers myVacancies: national and international vacancies accessed via the Careers tab on MUSE; and myInternational Career accessed via the Careers Service website.

The Student Jobshop

The Student Jobshop is a joint initiative between the Careers Service and the Union of Students which provides help for student jobs and work experience including part-time paid work, summer internships, placements, vacation work and voluntary work. It is located in the Union Building and is staffed by the Careers Service Monday to Friday between 10.00 - 3.00 (Tuesday 11.00 - 3.00) - hours may vary during vacation times.