At Liverpool Hope, we want our students to have the best possible chance to embark on stimulating, rewarding and successful careers. Latest figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) show that 98.1% of graduates were in employment or further education 6 months after graduation in 2017. This places Liverpool Hope University 2nd in the UK universities ranking and 1st in England.
During the Coronavirus pandemic the Careers & Employability Team will be operating remotely. We can still be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries from students, staff, alumni or employers. If you want to speak to one of the team email us and we'll give you instructions on how to get through to the right person.
My Careers Centre is full of online resources to help you develop a career plan. Whatever stage you're at there are tasks, activities and quizzes to make the most of your free time. Practice psychometric tests, build a CV or search for opportunities - don't let the lockdown stop you from furthering your career.
You can also find the Service and Leadership Award on My Careers Centre. If you're volunteering as part of a city or NHS scheme or if you're just helping vulnerable neighbours and family in this difficult time, you could be earning enough hours to complete the award. There are a few tasks to complete, including watching some online sessions, but it couldn't be easier to get a recognised award while you make a difference to your community.
Your career path isn't about what year you're in at Hope, it's about your journey from student to professional. So, whether you have everything mapped out or you don’t know where to start, our comprehensive Careers and Employability Service will make sure you have the right information, advice and opportunities from your first day until 3 years after you graduate.