Monday 1 to Thursday 4 March 2021
As part of the National careers week 2021, the University of Worcester offered a number of careers focussed sessions, aimed to provide year 12 and 13 students a better understanding of the careers our courses can lead to.
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Details of the sessions that took place are as follows:
Occupational Therapy - with Sophie Smith
Find out more about a career as an Occupational Therapist and the wide variety of roles and opportunities available.
Nursing - with Anita Hobday
Our Nursing admissions tutor will be talking about a career in Nursing and the wide variety of opportunities and experiences available in this exciting career.
Biological Sciences - with Mike Wheeler
Dr Mike Wheeler will discuss the various career options open to graduates in the Biological Sciences. The discussion will include input from recent graduates who will explain the career pathways they chose and how they began their chosen careers
Alternative Careers in Education - with Jenny Hatley & Jo Smith
Want to work in Education or with young people, but not sure if Teaching is right for you? This session explores the full range of careers in the education sector.
Geography - with Cheryl Jones
Geography graduates are highly employable because they can either pursue a career related to the geographical topics studied on their degree, or use the transferable skills developed during their degree within a wide range of sectors. This talk will introduce you to a wide range of career opportunities in Geography.
Midwifery - with Lynne Mason
Our Midwifery admissions tutor will be talking about a career in Midwifery and the wide variety of opportunities and experiences available in this exciting career.
Law - with Bill Davies and Josie Kemeys
Considering studying Law? Attend this session to find out about a range of careers in Law and some of the opportunities and pathways taken by University of Worcester graduates.
Psychology and Criminology - with Daniel Farrelly
Interesting in studying Psychology or Criminology? Attend this session to find out about a range of careers in these areas and some of the opportunities and pathways taken by University of Worcester graduates.
Teaching - with Andrea Holloway
Have you always wanted to Teach? Attend this session to find out more about what the Career of a Teacher involves and learn more about the exciting opportunities this career holds.
Nursing Associate - with Valerie Nixon
Nursing associates work with healthcare support workers and registered nurses to provide care and treatment in a wide range of health and care settings. Attend this session to find out more about the career as a Nursing Associate.
Careers in Sport - with Jaime Guinan
Are you already think about the next steps in your career? Whether you will be looking for opportunities to give you work experience relevant to longer term career goals, placement opportunities or additional qualifications that sets you apart from the rest, join us for an exciting round table discussion with the Alumni of the School of Sport & Exercise Science. The Alumni will share with you their educational journey and experiences, where they are now and how they got there.
History, Politics and Sociology - with Luke Devine
Our Senior Lecturer, Luke Devine, will discuss the careers and the opportunities available to those who choose to study History, Politics and Sociology.
English, Creative Writing & Media & Culture - with Lucy Arnold, Jack McGowan and Barbara Mitra
Interested in studying courses in English, Creative Writing and Media & Culture, but want to find out more about the careers these courses could lead to? Attend this session to find out where a degree in these subjects could take you.
The Arts - with David Broster
David Broster, Head of the School of Art will discuss careers and the opportunities available to those studying courses in the Arts.
Business and Computing - with Sally Docherty, Jo Murphy and Richard Wilkinson
Interested in studying courses in Business and Computing, but want to find out more about the careers these courses could lead to? Attend this session to find out where a degree in Business and Computing subjects could take you.