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Today careers are more diverse and flexible than ever before. There is not always one set pathway that leads to a particular job, but quite often a network of opportunities. These present their own challenges and benefits that can lead you into numerous roles across a vast array of industries. Trying to determine exactly what you want to do or develop a career progression plan can be difficult, especially when your options aren’t obvious or your skills and experiences don’t directly translate into a specific role.
Whether you are considering a career change, have recently graduated or are simply looking for guidance on the next step to take, we can provide invaluable insight into the job market, sector and particular organisation you hope to excel within.
Our career advice page offers a comprehensive library of tips and information on all aspects of the career lifecycle; finding the right position, tips on how to write a winning CV and cover letter, how to impress interviewers, career progression, graduate advice and improving your work-life wellbeing.Our extensive experience working with people at different stages within their careers gives us a deep understanding of the challenges candidates face and the questions that typically arise during a job search. Our specialist consultants can provide more detail specific advice for your career by assessing your unique skills, qualifications and experiences then matching them with relevant job vacancies to determine your position in the market.
More than 30,000 undergraduate courses are offered in the UK, so you need to be sure that what you pick will suit you. When choosing a course, there are lots of things to think about, including:
Where do you wish to progress to after completing a course at UK Graduate?
What subject you want to study in University ?
What Career are you planning to pursue?
If you’re finding it difficult to make the right choice, UK Graduate is here to help. We match you with courses that are suited to your interests and goals, helping you streamline your research along the way.
Applying to study at UK Graduate
Complete online application form
Free Consultation by our expert counselors
Assess your English level
Review of your documents
Receive your offer
At UK Graduate College, we know that if you’re happy and safe, you’ll have the best chance of academic success, so we encourage all of our students to take care of their well-being while they’re here, and ask for support when that could be beneficial. We are here to support your health and well being during your student journey.
Our team can advise on a range of emotional and well-being issues, and make referrals to specialist services. Our advisers and counselors will listen, understand and support you while you explore whatever issues are important to you.
Come in to see us
If you’re experiencing emotional or mental health issues, or anticipate that they may affect your studies, we encourage you to come and talk to us at the earliest opportunity so we can work with you to find the right solutions. We are here for you throughout your student journey.
You can contact us on +44(0)2036090260 or email us at email@example.com .
We have designed our own Student Welfare Programme which focuses on your student journey, and covers you all the way from acceptance to completing your course and going on to your desired career or business. For more information contact your education advisor.
There’s a wide variety of safe and modern accommodation on offer for students in the UK. Our team of consultants will help you find the right type of living environment to suit your needs and budget. You can also visit student accommodation websites such as LondonNest, Student.com and many other providers. The best thing to do is choose the course you want to study, the date you plan to start and once you have received an offer letter, reach out to our team for accommodation support or begin searching online for the best student accommodation available for your visit dates.
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