What am I able to do with my degree or course of study?

What am I able to do with my degree or course of study?

Consider the following employment opportunities that are available to you upon completion of your degree:

Career opportunities that are directly related to your degree and require the application of specific skills acquired throughout your course.

Career paths where your degree would be beneficial, utilising course-related skills that employers in a particular employment sector or job role may value Career paths that take a different direction, focusing on your broader interests while still utilising the transferable skills developed during your course.

Numerous employers accept applications from graduates of all majors, so you may benefit from exploring a variety of career fields and work possibilities.

Career opportunities that are closely related to your degree
For employment that are directly related to your degree, it’s worthwhile to consider the abilities you’ve acquired or the subjects you’ve studied. You should consider the following:

Apply your degree’s unique technical skills to a job function.

Utilize certain abilities or strategies acquired during your degree.
Conduct additional study on a specific issue from a thesis or dissertation.
Develop your interest in or love for your subject further.
If you wish to pursue any of them, your next step may be to determine if more study or a graduate employment is a better fit. Then, conduct research on potential jobs, industries, and postgraduate programmes in order to make an informed choice.

Career paths that would benefit from your degree
The majority of graduates find work in industries unrelated to their degree subject, and many firms offer graduate positions open to graduates from a variety of degree disciplines. Concentrate on how you may apply the transferable abilities you acquired during your degree to these prospects. You should consider the following:

Employ yourself in a field or industry that is unrelated to your degree.
Transfer specific talents acquired through your degree to a new field of work.
Investigate other employment fields in which your degree would be respected.
Demonstrating your passion for an industry and transferrable abilities will benefit you while applying for jobs that are not directly related to your degree.

Career pathways take a turn for the better
Many graduates find work in fields unrelated to their degree subject, having chosen a professional path based on a passion or interest unrelated to the subject they studied. Perhaps you would like to:

Work in a field that you are familiar with and confident in, even if it is completely dissimilar to your degree field.
Make an attempt to acquire some new skills.
Investigate a new work environment that you haven’t encountered before.
Create a business concept.
Whatever professional route you select, it’s critical to understand the talents that prospective employers are seeking. Employer research aids in the development of your professional knowledge, provides a realistic image of an employer’s expectations, and enables you to hone any remaining abilities.

Postgraduates in research
If you are a research postgraduate, you have a variety of options following the completion of your degree. While academia is a popular avenue, it is not the only one. A research degree equips you with a diverse set of skills and experiences that you can apply to a variety of different careers.

Making a choice

Have a question about the online degree and diploma courses offered by London School of Business & Administration,UK? Our professional and friendly Admissions staff will be delighted to walk you through your choices.Simply Chat with us or email us, and we’ll get back to you.

 

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