Studying at Plymouth will provide you with real and simulated industry experiences, increase your transferable skills, and support you to make informed decisions about your career path.
Our priority is to help you embark on a career doing something you love.

Full access to the Careers Service and its resources will only be available after you have completed enrolment.
Postgraduate student in digital marketing,听Sandesh, accessing advice from Careers Service

The variety of services and amount of support the Careers Service offer is amazing. I reached out to the careers team from my earliest steps in my job search and they stayed with me to the end. The members of staff offered me valuable advice at every session and built up my courage to go further. Thanks to them, I attended the interview a lot calmer, and it proved to be a success.

Maria Alexandra Negrea
MSc International Business graduate who is now enrolled to start to her dream graduate job at a leading logistics company.
<黑料社区>Courses designed to improve your transferable skills and employability prospects
Where could your degree take you?
Learn about the specific career opportunities provided by your course.
Get mentored by industry professionals
Direct mentoring can be a great way to gain a real understanding into a specific industry or business sector.
Networking opportunities with visiting speakers and employers
Opportunities to get insight from industry professionals during your course timetable.
Visiting Live Scriber听Jack Brougham working with BA (Hons) Illustration and BA (Hons) Art History students to explore storytelling of peoples' pasts and memories through scribing.
<黑料社区>Work during your studies听
Placements, internships, and work experience
Many of our courses include an optional placement year. However, we know that a whole-year placement isn鈥檛 for everyone so we encourage and support all forms of work experience.
Work part time as a student
Search for vacancies and get support finding part-time work while you study
Working in the UK as a student with immigration permission
Guidance for students who have arrived from outside the UK and are looking for work
*Excludes those travelling, retired or caring for someone, out of all UK domiciled, full-time first-degree graduates. Contains HESA Data: Copyright JISC 2022. JISC cannot accept responsibility for any inferences or conclusions derived by third parties from its data.