Our degree programmes provide our students with the skills, knowledge and experience to be among some of the most employable in the UK (Top 5 in the UK for graduate prospects, The Times Good University Guide 2021).
From advice and support about starting your career, to help in building your CV or starting your own business, there are a variety of opportunities available to help you get ahead in your chosen career.
The award-winning Careers Network team is available to provide information, advice, guidance, events and resources to support your career planning. Whether you are thinking of pursuing an academic career, getting a job in your chosen industry or you still don’t know, they are available to help.
- One-to-one career advice and guidance sessions
- Presentations and workshops on career planning, job search skills and CV and application techniques
- Practice interviews and mock assessment centres
- High profile careers fairs and employer events, including our annual TalkSport conference.
For more information, including how you can book a one-to-one appointment, visit the Careers Network webpage for Postgraduate Taught Students.
Where do our graduates go?
The emphasis we place on transferable skills and developing well-rounded students means there really is no such thing as a "typical graduate destination" for students of the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences.
Our postgraduate students have gone on to further study or to follow careers in teaching, lecturing and research, as well as taking up positions within a variety of organisations or starting their own businesses.
They have secured roles with: the NHS; Public Health England; Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre; UK Athletics; the Football Association; Nestle; GlaxoSmithKline; The National Biomechanics Institute (US); Hawkeye; Adidas; and Qatar Investment Group, to name a few.