Career advice

The Career Zone is here to help you prepare for life after Exeter by answering all your career related enquiries. Whether you have specific questions, like "How do I write my CV?" or "How do I get a career in teaching?" or more general issues such as "I'm not sure what I want to do!" or "How do I find a part-time job?” we are here to offer you advice and guidance.

You can get in touch with us at any time during your course, up to three years after graduation and even if you are a prospective student of the university.

Getting in touch

If you still feel that you need further help, there are a number of ways you can get in contact with the Career Zone:

In Exeter (for both St Luke’s Campus students* and Streatham Campus Students) 

In Cornwall

Once you have made contact with the Career Zone, we can offer you further advice, point you in the right direction for useful resources or book you an appointment with a member of staff.

*including Sport and Health Science, Education and Medical Sciences students 

Careers advice for medical students

Medicine students have their own careers service and career advisers who will give them specialist careers advice and support:

 Career Planning Service at Peninsula Postgraduate Medical Education