The Careers Service supports the college and academic departments in delivery of the employability strategy. The service works with departments and other opportunity providers to help prepare Royal Holloway students for graduate employment or further study.
How the Careers Service can help your department
Bespoke seminars or workshops in the department covering career choice and employability
Details of graduate destinations from the department
Specialist online or physical resources related to career paths.
Career forums or talks with departmental alumni
Contributions to departmental publications
Advertise your casual staff vacancies
Careers Consultants are employed by The Careers Group, University of London and share expertise from a range of Russell and 1994 Group institutions. Careers Consultants have also worked in a variety of industrial environments - from fashion to politics, IT to HR and recruitment.
Careers Consultants are allocated to specific departments and areas of interest. To contact your specific consultant please email the careers service.
Andrew Falconer, Hilary Moor and John Childs receiving Teaching Prizes
Data from the annual HESA survey of graduate destinations is available for academic staff. Contact the Careers Service for details What London Graduates Do is an easy to access student oriented website based on graduate destinations across London.
Unfortunately the Careers Service is unable to offer careers advice to staff or non students. Members of staff may wish to contact Staff Development for information or make personal use of the C2 service
from The Careers Group.
The Careers Service is part of The Careers Group, University of London. The University of London is an exempt charity in England and Wales and a charity registered in Scotland (reg. no. SC041194).