In semester 2 2017/18, we will be holding a series of seminars devoted to Psychology careers. See below for the dates and topics. All seminars will take place on Fridays, 1:10-2:00pm in G32 (7 George Square).
|19/01||Psychology staff||How did I get here? Psychology staff talk about their careers.|
|2/02||Miss Rachel Lytollis, Primary Head Teacher||Psychology in teaching- working with children, staff, parents and school management|
|9/02||Miss Anne MacDonald||Performance psychology and working in the sports industry|
|16/02||Dr Healther Gorton, Deputy Principal Educational Psychologist||Educational Psychology|
|2/03||Dr Neil Millar||Clinical Psychology|
|9/03||Rachel Bussom (Ernst & Young)||Psychology in business services|
|16/03||Dr Lorna Gray||Forensic Psychology|
|23/03||Dr Cheryl Bell||Working for the Scottish government|
|30/03||Dr Tom Calvard||Organisational Psychology|
Dr Janet Forsyth from the University Careers Service will be giving a Careers Talk on Thursday 28 September at 1pm, in F21 (7 George Square). The title of the talk is 'Where will your Psychology degree take you?', covering ideas on what you can do with psychoogy and advice on making career choices. Janet will also be more than happy to answer any career-related questions you may have.
What Next after University? Support from your University Careers Service
Honours years are an excellent time to start researching your future after graduation, if you haven’t already done so.
Whatever your ideas – work, further study, gap year, volunteering, gaining experience – whatever stage you’re at – clued up or clueless, and anything in between, the Careers Service can support you in your journey from university to your future after graduation. We work with students and graduates from day one, to 2 years after graduation.
We offer information, advice and guidance on:
- Career direction
- Gaining experience
- Job hunting
- CVs, applications and interviews
- Further study
and more via our website, careers information centre, individual discussion with a careers adviser, programme of talks and events, and other media.
Browse our website www.ed.ac.uk/careers for further information, or call in and see us on the 3rd floor of the Main Library Building.
And specifically for Psychology students
- Your own careers blog http://pplscareersblog.wordpress.com/ - regular postings relevant to PPLS students, to inform and inspire
- regular bookable appointments for PPLS students only, for quick career queries, in DSB/7 George Sq, (in addition to those available at the Careers Service) - look out for the emails advertising these sessions
- dedicated Psychology careers pages http://www.ed.ac.uk/ppls/psychology/current/undergraduate/careers
Be inspired by:
- case studies of recent psychology graduates
- the Psychology Student Employability Guide - careers, career-planning and case-studies in the psychology professions and beyond
- your options with a Psychology degree and more