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My career hasn't gone to plan...but that's not a bad thing!

Posted on: 13 May 2019 | Category: Case Studies

In this short interview, Dr Jaclyn Bell highlights her journey from a Bachelor to Masters and finally completing a PhD at the University of Liverpool and her experiences not knowing what career she wanted at the end. She explores the mistakes she made along the way and regrets she has about her University time.


Becoming an Engineer at Rolls-Royce

Posted on: 13 May 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Surya Ravichandran graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2018 and has since started his engineering career with Rolls-Royce. In this short interview, he discusses the challenges he faced going into the workplace as a fresh graduate, what he most enjoys about his job and gives advice to fellow students wanting to follow in his footsteps.


From University to UK Atomic Energy Authority

Posted on: 16 April 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Oliver is a graduate Mechatronics & Robotics System Engineer who now works for the UK Atomic Energy Authority in RACE (Remote Applications in Challenging Environments.) Read his case study to find out all about his footsteps, tips and advice.


The Benefits of Further Study

Posted on: 15 April 2019 | Category: Case Studies

In this case study, Marianne explores her thoughts on undertaking a PhD, what she most enjoys about it, as well as the challenges she faced. Also, find out what are Marianne's top tips for students wanting to follow a similar path.


My Journey to PhD

Posted on: 15 April 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Niamh discusses her journey to PhD: from her undergraduate degree, failing to get a PhD, moving intro industry and securing her dream PhD. Find out the ups and downs of moving forward in further study!


EMERGE – University of Liverpool’s partnership with LAB by Capacity

Posted on: 28 March 2019 | Category: Employer Events

Recently, the University of Liverpool has partnered with one of Liverpool’s thriving community business hubs, LAB by Capacity. As part of this partnership, students were asked to submit a promising business idea for the chance to win one of fifteen places on a three month business development programme to super-charge their idea ready for market.


How an engineering project improved our employability!

Posted on: 20 March 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Mechanical Engineers Kiaya & Beth chat to us about their Engineering Project and how their tuk tuk that improves access to medical help, also aids them in developing their employability. They also share tips on how students could also utilise activities around campus to help in their career journeys.


Amsterdam Sustainable Business Challenge

Posted on: 15 March 2019 | Category: Employer Events

On 6th March, 24 University of Liverpool students and 5 members of the Careers & Employability team embarked on a journey to Amsterdam to take part in a cross-cultural exchange of ideas. The two day Sustainable Business Challenge, designed by Newcastle and Groningen Universities, and co-delivered by Liverpool and Vrije University, gave all involved a chance to develop skills and contribute to future sustainability initiatives.


PwC- Interview with a Recruiter

Posted on: 7 March 2019 | Category: Employer Events

PwC visited the Career Studio in order to showcase their opportunities for our students.


Becoming a Journalist

Posted on: 13 February 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Jess is a 2018 graduate in English who decided to pursue a career in journalism and currently works as a Community Reporter for the Liverpool Echo. In this interview, Jess shares her challenges and journey, as well as providing valuable advice and insight for students who want to follow in similar footsteps.


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    My career hasn't gone to plan...but that's not a bad thing!

    Posted on: 13 May 2019 | Category: Case Studies

    In this short interview, Dr Jaclyn Bell highlights her journey from a Bachelor to Masters and finally completing a PhD at the University of Liverpool and her experiences not knowing what career she wanted at the end. She explores the mistakes she made along the way and regrets she has about her University time.


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