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Careers and Employability

The latest news, stories and updates from UAL's Careers and Employability team.

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  • Graduated, now what?
    Graduate wearing robe and ceremonial hat, Royal Festival Hall, 2022 by David Poultney

    Graduated, now what?

    Congratulations! You’re a new graduate and you might be asking yourself, ‘Now what?’. Graduation can be very disorientating. From a young age, all you’ve known is an academic system. You’re now having to adjust and explore life without

  • How to recognise and avoid burnout
    Calvin England working in the Studio

    How to recognise and avoid burnout

    Burnout is a debilitating state that can be caused by multiple factors, such as high levels of stress. It can be a serious problem, affecting your performance and wellbeing, both at work and in your personal life. So how can you recognise burnout,

  • Meet the winners of the Creative Enterprise Awards 2022

    Meet the winners of the Creative Enterprise Awards 2022

    The awards recognise students and graduates who have flourished in their professional life, starting businesses, organisations and freelancing careers. Meet the winners for 2022.

  • Freelancing in the UK for Internationals
    Francesca Mama-Rudd working on a clay model in the Studio, Alys Tomlinson

    Freelancing in the UK for Internationals

    If you missed our talk ‘Freelancing in the UK for Internationals’, don't worry. Here's a recap of the tips Dhruv Krishnaraj, Student Circus’ director and co-founder, had to offer.

  • Post-study visa options for international students
    CSM students in collaboration with Department for Work and Pensions and UAL's Social Design Institute. Photo Alexandra Rodriguez Cifre

    Post-study visa options for international students

    For international students graduating from UK institutions, staying in the country to work after your studies can be challenging. However, gaining international work experience in the UK can also massively boost your career. It can open doors for