If you are looking for written guides to help you plan your career path view the selection we have available online below.

Imperial Guide to CVs and Cover Letters - this booklet has been produced by the Careers Service to show a range of different CVs devised to cover a number of scenarios. There are examples from undergraduates, Masters and PhD level students, and the CVs have been tailored for a variety of positions - internships/placements, graduate roles, postgraduate study applications, academia, and industry.

The Careers Service Guide - This gudie highlights the services available from the Careers Service, the recruitment events we run and employer contacts. It is designed to help you make the most of the recruitment cycle. 

Imperial Guide to CVs and Cover Letters

Your CV is your first opportunity to market yourself to potential future employers. This booklet has been produced by the Careers Service to show a range of different CVs devised to cover a number of scenarios. There are examples from undergraduates, Masters and PhD level students, and the CVs have been tailored for a variety of positions - internships/placements, graduate roles, postgraduate study applications, academia, and industry.

You do not have to find your particular department below - we’ve simply tried to present a range of CVs from different courses here at Imperial College. The aim is to be inspired and give you some further ideas of how you might want your own CV to look.

The Careers Service Guide 2020-21

The Careers Service Guide highlights the services available from the Careers Service, the recruitment events we run and employer contacts. It is designed to help you make the most of the recruitment cycle. Recruitment events begin in the autumn term and include employer presentations, Recruiter in Residence sessions, mock interviews, skills workshops, careers talks and careers fairs.Keeping up-to-date with all job vacancies, internships and careers events is simple via JobsLive, our online jobs, appointments and events system.