Future Now Careers and Employability Events
We are running a programme of events aimed at those thinking of further academic study or professional training and careers advice for those looking to work in the creative industries.
So You’re Thinking About Postgraduate Study?
Old Head Post Office, 17 May, 10.30am - Book your ticket
Come and meet Eve Stirling, Head of postgraduate Art and Design for an informal Q&A session about studying Art and Design at MA/MFA level at the university. Open to any students or graduates considering PG study.
Mark Helliwell & Tony Cowell: PGCE and Teaching Secondary Design & Technology and Art & Design
Old Head Post Office,17 May, 11:30am - Book your ticket
A short talk about training to teach Design & Technology and Art & Design in secondary education. Join Mark Helliwell and Tony Cowell from the Art & Design PGCE team at SHU to discuss what the job entails (pros and cons), qualifications and entry requirements for the PGCE course, different routes and ‘providers’ of PGCE, bursaries and job prospects, how and when to apply.
Creating Your Future
Old Head Post Office, 24 May, 4pm, Book your ticket
SHU Art and Design graduates retain lifelong access to the support available from the SHU Careers and Employability Service and SHU Enterprise Team. Join Chris Webb (Senior Employability Adviser, SHU Careers) and Claire Collister (Enterprise Adviser, SHU Enterprise) to find out more about the graduate support available from the Careers and Enterprise teams (including 1:1 career guidance, careers fairs/events, graduate job opportunities and access to business start-up and freelance support) and how you can utilise this as you transition to the next stage of your career.
Old Head Post Office, 26 May, 5pm - Book your ticket
All SHU Art and Design graduate have access to membership of Creative UK, the voice of the Creative Industries, for one year after completing their degrees. Join Lee Hornsby, Lead Development and Partnerships Manager at Creative UK, to hear about the opportunities available in the Creative Industries, the benefits of being a member of Creative UK and how you can make the most of this offer as you make the transition from student to graduate.