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Many students at King’s, across all levels of study and in all subjects, would describe themselves as being in this phase. You are likely to be uncertain about who or what you might become after King's and you may not be aware of what you have to offer. This phase is all about figuring this stuff out.
Take a look at our fantastic online resources and come along to some events to get yourself started. If you still need some guidance, why not come and see us?
This is where you start to narrow down your career options and dig a little deeper, getting to know what a career choice really means and how it suits you. You've not some ideas about what you want to do or be and you're beginning to understand what knowledge, attributes, skills and experiences you have to offer.
Why not come along to some of our "Discover Careers in..." panel events to hear from professionals what it's really like to do their job. You might also benefit from gaining some real-life experience. Why not look into internships and the King's Experience Awards?
This is the phase of your career journey when you are ready to take action. This doesn't mean you have a career plan for the rest of your life but you have a plan for your next step after King's. It's time to get your job applications together so why not come along to a workshop, Application Advise appointment or even a practice interview?
We offer engaging and diverse e-learning platforms to support you on your career journey - ranging from Moodle spaces to blogs, media, event capturing and more.
From careers guidance appointments to CV and application advice, practice interviews, as well as PhD& research appointments, King's Careers & Employability is committed to giving you high-quality career support.
We put on hundreds of workshops and panel events every year to help you build success.
Find all our events, appointments and opportunities on King's CareerConnect.
Learn more about events, careers fairs, workshops and panels.
Find resources, online workshops, careers information and case studies.
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