Choosing Your Career

If you haven't a clue, if you've got some vague ideas but need to think them through, if your ideas are reasonably firm but you want help to prioritise or get more information, we can help. It is never too early to start. We're happy to work with you from first year onwards and beyond graduation - at whatever stage you’ve reached in your thinking.

Start with What I Want And What I Have To Offer to identify practical steps and relevant resources whatever stage your career thinking is at.

Do Prospects Career Planner, an online programme to help you answer the question 'What Job Would Suit Me?' You can use it to identify your skills and find out what motivates you in a job, see how these match any jobs you are considering; generate new job ideas; research your matched jobs in more detail and find out which is your closest match.

Explore our I want to work in... to find out more about graduate careers including:

  • Job roles
  • Entry Qualifications
  • Useful Websites
  • Resources

Find out about your options with your degree 

Check out our Graduate labour market information 


However, your career plans may include working for yourself. Find out more about self-employment


Graduate success might give you some inspiration. Read the stories of some other graduates and how they have made the transition into a career.

Read Warwick Careers Service's blog post Everybody knows what they are doing...but me.