Biomedical Teaching Organisation

Career development

Students from our programmes enter a wide range of professions including research, public engagement and industry.

Career development

Students from our programmes enter a wide range of professions including research, public engagement and industry.

Events

BMS/Biomedical Society’s - Work Experience Evening - 12 November, 6pm If you would like to gain some insights into internships, research projects and other work experience options...and hear from students about what they have done in previous years... join us at the Work Experience evening on Thursday 12 November, 6pm – 7.30pm. All DBMS and SBS students are welcome. This event will hosted on Collaborate, use the guest login: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/9ff85c6d6fa4489bacffb63bc61108d7

Biomedical Careers

The Careers Service provides support to students of all years. You’ll find a comprehensive website providing information and advice on all aspects of career planning.

The University of Edinburgh Careers Service

Details of careers events, job opportunities for students and graduates, and careers resources - including CV360 (online CV feedback tool) and Work Experience for Biomedical students guide - can be found on MyCareerHub.

MyCareerHub 

Careers appointments can be booked through MyCareerHub. A number of 15-minute appointments are available each Thursday for Deanery students. These are in addition to the standard Careers Service appointments, which are 30 minutes in length and open to all UoE students. Appointments become bookable 2 days in advance from 8:00am and take place via Teams.

MyCareerHub

Careers Information and Advice drop-in sessions are offered from Monday to Friday, 1:00pm – 3:00pm. You can also post a question on MyCareerHub using the ‘Ask a Question’ tab.

Careers Information and Advice drop-in    

Postgraduate Careers

Postgraduate students can access tailored careers information, in addition to using all services above:

Careers resources for postgraduate students

Supporting taught postgraduate students resource

Research Training

The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine delivers research training schemes to get and keep the most talented early career researchers, developing our culture of translation of research to maximise impact on health and wealth.

Find out how the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine supports your career development and research

Biomedical Sciences Postgraduate Society

The Biomedical Sciences Postgraduate Society organises events throughout the year to help you with peer-supported career and skills development.

Biomedical Sciences Postgraduate Society events