Careers Service

Graduating in 2021

If you are graduating in 2021 then the Careers Service is here to support you with a tailored package of support just for you.

We know it can take a little time to settle into your post-university career. You can continue to access all of our services for the next two years.  

 

Online toolkits

You can work through these at your own pace, including our new Discover What You Want and Become Professional Toolkits.

Graduate Toolkits

Search the self-enrol channel on Learn to find our other toolkits: Understand Yourself,  Build Experience and Make It Happen.

 

Graduate Career Coaching

Appointments are now available for Undergraduates graduating in 2021. If you aren’t sure what to do after graduating then these appointments are for you. They provide intensive support from our team to graduates who are struggling to figure out what to do next. Make your appointment now on MyCareerHub by selecting “Graduate Coaching”. All other graduates can access our online appointments for one to one support from our team.

Book an appointment

 

Careers Newsletters

Our newsletters will be providing inspiration and ideas to get your career going as a graduate. You can sign up to receive our fortnightly newsletters - sign up from the link below.

Graduating in 2021 Newsletters

 

Multi Story Edinburgh

The University’s newsletter for undergraduates which includes lots of careers related information along with the Multi Story Edinburgh podcast where you can hear graduates talk about the experience of graduating in a pandemic.

Multi story Edinburgh podcast

 

Entrepreneurial support

Edinburgh Innovations has an enterprise service which you can use for up to two years after graduation. Enhance your entrepreneurial journey, no matter what stage you’re at. Edinburgh Innovations can help you startup your business, social enterprise or freelancing career. For more information you can visit their website. Don’t forget to sign up to receive the Edinburgh Innovations newsletter.

Edinburgh Innovations

Edinburgh Innovations newsletter