If you would like specific guidance or are feeling a little lost with your career planning, consider having a browse through our online resources.
As we head towards the end of term, we continue to offer a hybrid approach to services with our regular series of seminars and workshops being run online as well as most one to one appointments.
If you would like specific guidance or are feeling a little lost with your career planning, then consider having a browse through some of our exclusive online publications below…
Careers Service publications
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 department - we’ve simply tried to present a range of CVs from different courses here at Imperial College London. The aim is for you to be inspired and give you some further ideas of how you might want your own CV to look.
An essential guide from career planning, to discovering opportunities, and on to applications to interviews. Everything that you need to succeed.
An introduction to the services available from the Careers Service to all students at Imperial.
Need help career planning?
We have detailed information on planning your career plus advice on all aspects of the application and interview process (CVs, covering letters, interviews, etc.) to support you. Don't forget that you can use Shortlist.Me to access interview questions, record you answers and get useful tips to help you improve.
Also check out our exclusive online resources which include our Career Snapshots, GoinGlobal, online publications and more!
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