Guidance for staff on student administration and support
The Careers Service fairs provide students with the chance to meet employers face-to-face, to learn about current vacancies and opportunities available, and to market themselves to prospective employers. See a full list of careers fairs on the Careers Service website.
Careers advisers offer objective, confidential careers guidance based on the students’ individual needs. This guidance can include (but is not limited to):
Current students who are not in Oxford over the vacation periods can email email@example.com for careers support.
The Careers Service organises workshops throughout the year on a wide variety subjects to help students get the right support for their chosen career path. Workshops include:
A full list of workshops is available on CareerConnect.
The Careers Service helps students identify and develop some key skills through skills programmes. These include:
The Internship Office provides research and professional work experience placements exclusively to Oxford students, with adjunct funding and support. The main programmes are:
Find out more about the Internship Office on the Careers Service website.
Careers Support for Researchers
The Careers Service offers tailored support to researchers at all stages of their career, whether they are exploring their options, looking to boost their employability or polishing an application.
One-to-one conversations and appointment sessions are available year-round and can cover anything from helping researchers review their options, explore resources, get feedback on their CV, practice interviewing and more. The service offers practical workshops for researchers each term, plus many more events and opportunities. Find out more on the Careers Service website.
Visit The Careers Service website for more information.