Imperial international studentsThe Careers Service offers you support throughout your time at Imperial College London from day one of studies through to three years after you graduate. Our team can help all undergraduate and postgraduate students explore career options, formulate a career plan that’s suitable for you (even if you have no idea what you want to do) and help you to find and apply for opportunities. We also run a series of events for you to meet, network, and learn from employers and alumni across different sectors and industries including further academic research and PhD study.

Access to the Careers Service

If you are new to Imperial this autumn, you will have full access to the Careers Service from Monday 4 October. You will then be able to book onto events, one to one appointments and search for job vacancies. In the meantime we've compiled some links below to help you to explore our resources and start planning your career.

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Careers Service starting points

The Careers Service website hosts a wide range of information and advice on various topics relating to your career journey. At an early stage of the process, these links may be particularly helpful for you right now:

Useful Imperial departments

Here is a list of other useful departments that you might need throughout your time at Imperial:

  • Business School Careers Service - offers support, advice and skills training for all students studying specifically within the Business School.
  • Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication - offer complimentary programmes of study to supplement your learning.
  • Enterprise Lab - offer a series of activities to support the next generation of student innovators and entrepreneurs.
  • Graduate School - offer professional development programmes and the other opportunities for postgraduate students.
  • International Student Support - offer support and activities for international students including advice on visas.
  • Disability Advisory Service – support for students who have an impairment or disability, specific learning difficulties and other short and long-term conditions
  • Students' Union - getting involved in student activities is a fantastic way to meet new people, learn a skill, or simply have fun!

External resources

Further resources to support your research and decision making:

  • Prospects UK - subject specific resources to help you explore career options after a specific degree.
  • TargetJobs UK - explore key skills that are gained in different degrees and what you can do with them.
  • Imperial College LinkedIn - explore LinkedIn profiles of past and present students to seek career inspiration.