The Careers & Employability Service works together with institutes and other services to support the careers and employability of all students within the university.
- Careers sessions within the curriculum (details on the full range of sessions available).
- Additional career talks and events for students
- Advice and guidance for students
- Job vacancies
- Analysis of information on graduate destinations collected through the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) and Graduate Outcomes surveys
A Personal Academic Tutor's Guide to Employability
Link Careers Advisors
|School of Allied Health & Community||Julie Porter|
|School of Arts||Dawn Rice|
|School of Education||Dawn Rice|
|School of Humanities||Dawn Rice|
|School of Nursing & Midwifery||Julie Porter|
|School of Psychology||Julie Porter|
|School of Science & the Environment||Julie Porter|
|School of Sport & Exercise Science||Rose Watson|
|Worcester Business School||Dawn Rice|
"The students have really engaged and benefited from the advice and support [the Careers team] have given them – and have appreciated the opportunity to achieve the Worcester Award alongside their studies... so I just want to say a huge thank you"University of Worcester Staff
Information on Graduate Destinations
Graduate Outcomes is an annual survey that captures the perspectives and current work and study activities of recent graduates. All graduates who completed a course are asked to take part 15 months after finishing their studies.
This information was previously collected under the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey up to and including 2016/17 graduates.
Summaries of graduate destinations by subject are available online and data by academic school and course can be found on the O Drive at O:\All Staff Documents\Employability\Employability Data\Graduate Outcomes
Please contact Rose Watson, Careers and Employability Service Manager.