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Careers support

A valuable range of activities designed to enhance your future employability are provided by our dedicated Careers Service, as well as through your academic studies.

Employers are always interested in the wider set of transferable skills you develop through student life, as well as your academic and practical knowledge. The Media Arts department, in partnership with the Careers Service, provides opportunities to develop these skills and market yourself effectively for graduate jobs.

Students can benefit from one-to-one advice from a careers consultant with appointments available in each term. Students also access a wide range of facilities from the Careers Service. In the first weeks of term the Careers Service runs part-time jobs fair, providing students with access to local employers, and a wide variety of skills workshops throughout the academic year.

You can also take advantage of a wide range of oportunities on campus, including.

  • Our part-time jobs fair, in the first few week of term, provides students with access to local employers
  • We offer a wide variety of skills workshops throughout the academic year.
  • From autumn 2012 a brand new series of themed careers weeks includes Creative Careers Week (March 2013), providing opportunities for Media Arts students to explore the diverse range of careers available to them.

Royal Holloway's Careers Service is part of The Careers Group, University of London, the largest university careers service in Europe.


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