Careers support is offered in engaging and diverse e-learning formats, from virtual learning platforms to blogs, media and event capturing. King's has paid for premium careers guidance and practice interview content, which students can log into for free.
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Expert careers guidance
King's Careers & Employability Service provides support to current students and graduates, organising events, workshops and professional skills development programmes, as well as offering one-to-one advice.
Workshops for skills
King's Future Advantage workshops cover the entire career journey, providing practical guidance on writing CVs, interviewing, networking and more.
Many of the services, events and opportunities the careers service offers are available to King's alumni for two years after graduation.
Support for disabled students
The Careers & Employability Service offer lots of support for disabled students, including industry internships reserved for disabled applicants only.