SEPnet is the South East Physics Network, a network of nine universities in the South East of England, working together to deliver excellence in physics. SEPnet partners have useful careers pages on their websites full of information, advice and relevant resources for physics students.
SEPnet careers information
They also offer Skills Transformer which provides science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) students with a structure to help you recognise, write about and talk about your skills. Skills Transformer shows you, through hearing from STEM graduates, why transferable skills are vital to working successfully in science and technical jobs after graduation and why being able to write and talk about them is fundamental to securing a job.
Spend 5 minutes trying out the online Skills Transformer tool and work through the sessions to help you prepare for placement or job application forms and for interviews.
I am running two workshops for physics & astronomy students. All welcome
- Physics CareersLab – Get better at interviews
Got internship, job or PhD interviews coming up? Get some advice and a chance for some low-stress practice.
Monday 4 March, 5pm – 6pm, JCMB 4319B
- Physics CareersLab – Making good use of LinkedIn
Want to learn about making a good profile? Using LinkedIn to help you find out about job roles and vacancies? Get some advice and a chance for some low-stress practice. Bring a device if you can.
Monday 11 March, 5pm – 6pm, JCMB 4319B
Great roadshow organised by Ozi, IOP Scotland student rep, outside the Magnet café to raise awareness of the benefits of student membership. Their website, Physics World magazine, events programme and contacts can introduce you to a range of options and career advice. Find out more online
Cool cakes too…
Graduating in July? While you are in Edinburgh, why not pop in and see us?
For the duration of the graduation ceremonies we will be running a Graduate Drop-in from 12pm – 2pm each day at the Careers Service. Find out more: http://ow.ly/p3wy30kGtMi #getonboard