Careers and Employability Information
The Department of English and Creative Writing is committed to assisting students to realise the benefits of reflecting on and recording learning, developing employment awareness, and engaging in career planning. Year 2 students are encouraged to attend the ‘Beyond Undergraduate English and Creative Writing’ series of events; a 50-minute careers lecture is timetabled for Year 3 students.
The Departmental Careers and Employability Officer
Beyond Undergraduate English and Creative Writing
The Careers Hub
The Lancaster Award:
At Lancaster we not only value your academic accomplishments, but also recognise the importance of those activities you engage with outside your programme of study. The student experience is enhanced by including extra-curricular activities and, with more graduates than ever before and increasing competition for jobs upon leaving University, these are vital to your future prospects. We want to encourage you to make the very most of your University experience and to leave Lancaster as a well-rounded graduate. We have a wealth of opportunities to get involved in with initiatives such as work placements, volunteering, extracurricular courses, societies and sports. The Lancaster Award aims to encourage you to complete such activities, help you to pull them together in one place and then be recognised for your accomplishments. We want you to stand out from the crowd - the Lancaster Award will help you to do this.
For more information see http://www.lancs.ac.uk/careers/award/
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