*Career Development modules are now closed to students wishing to change their modules for 2013/14*
Want to graduate with the skills employers are looking for?
The Career Development module gives you the opportunity to use your work experience, volunteering or part-time job to count towards your degree. We can even find your placement for you!
How does it work?
Career Development is a 20 credit module completed over the course of the academic year. Placement visits are managed to fit around your academic and other commitments, and to give you time to plan and prepare for the main module assessment during the semester two exam period.
You will attend timetabled seminars, lectures and study groups throughout the year, supplemented by individual tutorials. These will support you in setting goals to work towards during your placement and develop your knowledge and skills. You will spend a minimum of 70 hours at your placement - either a half or full day each week, spread over all or part of the academic year.
There are currently three different placement routes available:
Please check with your academic school if you are unsure whether you are eligible to take the Career Development module as part of your degree programme. Please note that Career Development modules are now closed to students wishing to change their modules for 2013/14.