We are delighted to be able to return to offering in-person appointments following the opening up of university premises.
Students can access Careers Appointments in person, both in the Virgil Building and on campus. Applications Advice is also available in person in the Virgil Building.
Appointments can be booked online and students may choose the mode of appointment that best suits them: in person, Microsoft Teams, or telephone. So those who prefer a remote appointment or who are not based in Bath are still able to access our full range of services.
Our programme of events will continue happening virtually; look out for our regular emails to find out what we’re offering.
MyFuture is still your first port of call for up-to-date resources and job vacancies. Go to MyFuture. We’ve organised our information, resources and events across three key themes: #CareerEssentials, #CareerDiscovery and #CareerFulfilment. Look out for these categories to find curated information and resources. Find out more on our page for new and returning students.
Getting in touch
The best way to reach us is via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. This inbox is monitored during our office hours and during these times you can usually expect to get a response within 24 hours.
As we continue to transition back to office-based working, we will also be operating a 'call back' service. So if you'd like to talk to someone about what the Careers Service can help you with, or if you're having problems booking an appointment give us a call on 01225 386009. Please leave us a message with your name, username and telephone number and we'll call you back.
From the 12 April appointments can take place in person and remotely. For appointments booked through MyFuture you will get a choice of format when you book.
Frequently asked questions
We have put together a resource to cover some of the most common questions we are getting asked. You will need to sign in to MyFuture to access this.
Don't forget that you can access hundreds of careers resources at any time through MyFuture. Go to MyFuture.
Our blog is also regularly updated with posts related to the coronavirus pandemic and other issues that we feel are at the forefront of your minds at the moment. You can subscribe so you get an email notification every time we post. Go to the Careers Service blog
We have created a collection of resources that can help you with common careers-related issues you might be facing as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. You will need to sign in to MyFuture to access this.
If you are a graduate and are concerned about how to log in to MyFuture or are not sure that your contact details are up to date. Please let us know and we can investigate this for you. Current students should log in with their single sign-on.
Any queries from employers should be sent to email@example.com.