Career Journey Map

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Journey Map resources

Visit the Career Journey Map Organization in Blackboard to download notes and promotional graphics relating to our new "My Careers Journey" resources.

Click here to view our interactive page for students on the Career Journey Map.

A guide to the Career Journey Map with Gareth Hill, one of our Careers Advisers:

Information about Careers services and resources

This section of our website provides resources for all academic staff involved with Employability, including Personal Tutors.  Please also see our pages signposting outlines of our resources:

The services that we offer to current students and alumni  include:

  • Individual advice and guidance
  • A programme of events comprising employers' presentations and employability workshops
  • Annual Careers Fairs on both campuses
  • A range of subscription-based information resources and interactive tools
  • Help with finding work experience opportunities

Copies of the leaflet describing our services and main contact points can be obtained from the service desks in the libraries on each campus and a PDF of this can be downloaded here:  Swansea Employability Academy leaflet 2016 - 2017 For detailed information visit our student facing website at myuni.swan.ac.uk.

The Swansea Employability Academy Team agrees an annual Service Level Agreement with each College or School to identify key areas of work and types of support that we will provide.  You can download our current Statement of Service here:   Statement of Service - English version, last updated on 09/02/16 .

The Teaching Quality Manual and the Handbook for Personal Tutors also include key information relating to Employability in the curriculum.

Staff Careers Advice and Guidance

TheSwansea Employability Academy is able to provide advice and guidance to early career research staff.  Appointments need to be booked via the telephone +44 (0)1792 513266. Please note that students would take priority, and appointments with early career research staff would need to be arranged around commitments to students.

PhD students, including those who are funded PhD students at Swansea University, have access to SEA’s careers advice and guidance service and can book via the same methods as students at  myuni.swansea.ac.uk/employability/appointments/.