My Career Zone is available for 3 years after you graduate
If you've graduated from Exeter within the past three years then there are a range of ways the Career Zone can help support you in taking the next step into the world of work.
Whether you need career advice, internship opportunities, graduate-level work or are interested in further study then there's support available to you for 3 years after you've graduated.
If you are still making decisions about the kind of work you are aiming for or preparing to make applications, you can access some really useful material here.
This would be useful regardless of the subject you have studied.
If you are considering further study at Exeter, in the UK, or abroad you will need to choose your route with care and make sure that the course/ programme both fits with your interests and also your longer-term career plans.
Update your contact details in My Career Zone
You can use My Career Zone for 3 years after you graduate to access our jobs, internships and information. Make sure you update your details when you leave and check your preferences relate to the type of graduate work you are looking for.
The Careers Consultant team in Careerzone can offer you an appointment up to 3 years after graduation. So if you have any queries regarding work, further study or choosing a career, contact the Career Zone (01392 724493). Appointments are available in person, by phone or via Skype. This could be particularly useful if you are seeking work or are in a job but looking for something different.
Access to Internships (A2I) is a scheme to help recent Exeter graduates to secure a paid internship using information, support and funding provided by Santander Universities. We offer generous funding to employers keen to recruit our graduates which will help offset the cost of your paid internship. All subsidies are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. The funding application deadline is Friday the 1st of July 2016.
Don’t forget you can still access a wide range of graduate level vacancies through My Career Zone. Just ensure your My Career Zone log in is up to date so that you are able to keep up to date on which roles are currently being advertised. We currently have well over 500 graduate level roles ‘live’ on our system.
The University is hosting a mini-MOOC produced by John Park for all interested students and recent graduates.
The Mini-MOOC will cover the following areas:
• Understanding how technology evolves
• Exploring your role in a future technology commercialisation opportunity
• Understanding how technology is adopted into society
• Exploring paradigm shifts and the opportunities they create
• Assessing technology commercialisation opportunities
• Understanding the market
• Building value for your customer
• Pricing your offering
• Segmenting customers or consumers
• Market research techniques
• Using intellectual property to stop others copying your business
To participate in the MOOC, please book onto the event.
You will then be given access to the content via ELE. Please allow up to 5 working days to be added to the ELE page.
Keep in touch
We'll be contacting you around 6 months after graduation to ask you to complete the Destination of Leavers From Higher Education (DLHE) survey to find out what you've been doing since you left us. We'd really appreciate you filling this in as this information is important to the University and to prospective students researching their options. More information about the DLHE survey can be found here.
If you have any questions about the service we provide for graduates then please contact us:
Tel: 01392 724493
Tel: 01326 253735