The Loughborough MBA

Career development

Your future starts here…

As an MBA student we are dedicated to providing you with the very best careers development support to ensure you maximise your post-MBA potential.

Careers Network

Our award-winning Careers Network careers centre will give you access to a wide range of resources including one-to-one careers consultations, employer presentations, skills workshops, psychometric testing, CV clinics, mock interviews, and consultations with well-placed graduates in our alumni network.

You will also be able to utilise our global vacancy database with the world’s leading recruiters and keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities via twitter.

As an MBA student your dedicated Careers Advisor is Korin Grant, whose special area of expertise is working with international students.

Visit the Careers Network for more information.

Careers Development support within the School of Business and Economics

There is also support available within the School of Business and Economics from the University Teacher in Employability, Natalie Sermon.

  • Natalie runs a module covering professional development throughout the year, and the overall aim us to give students the opportunity to develop and enhance the qualities and transferrable skills necessary for your studies, career progression, professional and personal development. It is designed to help you build your future career plans by reflecting on your current and past situations. You will develop and practice the skills required to critically reflect on learning and on your ability to apply learning to real world complex issues within the work place. Areas covered include studying as a postgraduate e.g. academic writing, referencing, critical thinking, learning styles and reflective practice and career management e.g. CV writing, aptitude tests, interview skills, assessment Centre and employer presentations.
  • One to one sessions are also available and you can gain help and support at any stage of your internship and regarding any employability related issue.