Careers Service

#EdSustainabilityCareers (2023 Date TBC)

Please Note

The below information relates to our online 2022 offering. We are aiming to provide a similar opportunity for you to connect with students and graduates in the academic year 2023/24 and are currently reviewing what this offering will look like. 

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What is the #EdSustainabilityCareers campaign? 

Many of our students and graduates are interested in a career that has a positive environmental impact and/or fights climate change.    

We want to shine a light on some of the options students who want their career to contribute to a sustainable future might like to consider. 

The aim is for students to hear from and engage with people from organisations who can provide insight, inspiration and advice.  


How do I get involved?  

Which students will engage with this campaign? 

The campaign will be promoted to students across the University.  We would expect it to be most popular with undergraduates from year 2 onwards, and those doing a Masters/PhD related to Sustainability. Would expect most interest from students in our College of Science & Engineering. We hope the webinar will attract at least 30 students, and the on-campus event at least 100 students.  Further engagement will come from students searching #EdSustainabilityCareers on MyCareerHub and socials, including our Blog.  The webinars will also be recorded and made available to students afterwards, increasing the potential reach. 


#EdSustainabilityCareers (2023 Date TBC)

From 7th - 25th November we’re running a campaign on #EdSustainabilityCareers to provide insight, inspiration and advice for students and graduates want their career to contribute to a sustainable future.

Online & on-campus