Exploring Your Future in Arts and Humanities 2017
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A warm welcome to Exploring Your Future in Arts and Humanities 2017.

The Careers & Employability Service, in collaboration with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, are pleased to host a week of workshops, interactive sessions and competitions that allow for networking and idea exchange. These sessions are open to any Plymouth University student or recent graduate interested in exploring how you can use your degree within the arts and humanities world.

These workshops are designed to help you: 

  • understand the wealth of transferable skills your degree equips you with 
  • explore career options, meeting inspirational graduates and professionals 
  • develop core employability skills to get the most from your degree 
  • gain confidence to grow networks and approach employers to learn top tips for success from those in the know!

Signing up for these popular talks is essential.

Please scroll down to see the events taking place this week.*

These events are open to all Plymouth University students and recent graduates (<three years), however, we have colour coded each event so you know which subject a talk will be more beneficial too:

  • blue events are relevant for all students,
  • red events are more relevant for arts students, and
  • grey events are more relevant for humanities students. 

*Please note that these events are available to book online through Eventbrite. Eventbrite is a third-party data capture tool which is not owned or managed by Plymouth University. Information about how your data is treated can be found on Eventbrite’s Privacy Policy webpage.

If you wish to attend an event but do not wish to use Eventbrite to book your place, please contact employers.careers@plymouth.ac.uk

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