It is never too early to start thinking about your career
The Careers and Employability Service can help you make effective career choices and enhance your employment prospects. We offer a wide range of services to University of South Wales students including job and work experience opportunities and practical help with job hunting.
Unsure of the career potential of the course you are considering?
- What job suit me – Find out what jobs suit you by matching your interests, personality and motivations.
- Options with your subject – Discover how best to use your degree.
- Subject related links – Useful career and employer websites that are of direct relevance to a specific subject.
- Help for international students – Information on working in the UK during and after your studies.
Want to find out more about the graduate job market?
What do graduates do? provides information on the progression routes of graduates 6 months after graduation which includes a subject breakdown of destination data. This data is also available the University website as every course has 'Key Information Sets’ which include the type of employment our graduates undertake.
Not sure about how you are going to fund your course?
Student Money Service is the place to find funding information, including bursaries and scholarships.
Want to know how to apply?
Your first point of call is the University’s website for details of the courses available, how to apply for them and more on student life. If you are applying for a full time degree course you will find further information about how to apply on Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) website
For further advice prospective University of South Wales students can book an appointment to speak to a Careers Adviser at any time of the year. Telephone, Skype or face-to-face appointments are available, call: 01443 482540 or email email@example.com.