Your Guide to Career Planning 2018-19
The Guide is designed for all undergraduates and postgraduates, whether you are planning a career in academia, industry, commerce, public service or a profession – or simply have no idea what you want to do.
Useful sections on subjects such as ‘making applications’, ‘win the interview game’ and ‘work experience – get it’, makes this publication an invaluable resource.
Download a copy of the Imperial Guide to Career Planning or to collect a copy from the Careers Service, Levle 5 Sherfield Building.
Career Choice 2018-19
Listing of Careers Service activities (including employer presentations, employer-led skills workshops, careers talks and more).
This brochure provides information about the range of services and events offered by the Careers Service (October – March). It is designed to help you make decisions about your future and assist you with your goals.
Aloso available to collect in hard copy from the Careers Service, Level 5 Sherfield Building.
The content of this publication can also be found on our Careers Events.
Imperial Guide to CVs
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.