Arden University has a broad range of courses designed to help students improve themselves and their career prospects. So, join us for National Careers Week where academics will breakdown the paths your career can take for each of our subjects. A series of events designed to show you how a degree at Arden can improve your career prospects
Taking Place: Monday 1st March to Friday 5th March
National Careers Week takes place every year, and is a time to share the careers guidance and resources available to students across the UK. At Arden, we've planned 7 sessions, taking place across the week, to shine a light on some of our key subject areas, the knowledge and skills that you can gain from this area of study, and where this degree area can take you within your career.
As part of the session, some of our senior academics will be discussing:
- Their personal career journeys
- The skills you can develop while studying each subject
- How an Arden degree can prepare you for the working world
- Possible career paths and Arden alumni
Where can a degree in Criminology take you?
March 1st 13:00 – 13:30
Whether you have an interest in Criminal Justice, or you're fascinated as to why people commit crimes, the study of Criminology could open doors to new careers, or enhance your current one. Join our Deputy Head of School of Psychology and Criminology Programme Team Leader, Dr. Kimberley Marsh, and Criminology and Social Science Lecturer, Mark Bushell as they discuss the places that a degree in Criminology can take you.
Where can a degree in Computing take you?
March 1st 14:00 – 14:30
If you want to explore the evolving trends shaping the world of computing in today's ever-increasing digital landscape, Arden's School of Computing & IT courses could be the right choice for you. Join our Head of School of Computing, Mohammed Rehman as he discusses the places that a degree in Computing can take you.
Where can a degree in Healthcare Management take you?
March 2nd 13:00 – 13:30
Are you looking to take your first step into the health and social sector? Or do you already work in the industry, but want to progress to a healthcare management role? Then a Healthcare Management degree sounds perfect for you. Join our Head of School of Healthcare Management, Stephanie West, as she discusses the places that a degree in Healthcare Management can take you.
Where can a degree in Law take you?
March 2nd 14:00 – 14:30
Our courses will enable you to learn key pillars of legal knowledge and delves into the fundamentals of English Law and the legal system. Studying this course will enable you to acquire the knowledge and practical legal skills needed to succeed in a range of legal and non-legal sectors. Join our Deputy Head of the Law School, Harriet Jones, as she discusses the places that a degree in Law can take you.
Where can a degree in Social Sciences take you?
March 3rd 13:00 – 13:30
A degree and study in Social Sciences will allow you to dive deep into sociology, criminology, psychology and law together – securing you a successful career in whichever sector fits you best. Join our Deputy Head of School of Psychology and Social Sciences Programme Team Leader, Dr. Kimberley Marsh and Module Leader, Amy Jones as they discuss the places that a degree in the Social Sciences can take you.
Where can a degree in Psychology take you?
March 3rd 14:00 – 14:30
Psychology is a fascinating science that’s fast becoming a viable and popular career option for more people. If you’re inquisitive by nature and would like to develop a scientific understanding of the mind, behaviour and experience of people, then a degree in Psychology is for you. Join our Psychology Undergraduate Programme Team Leader, Dr. Matthew Hall, and Psychology Postgraduate Programme Team Leader, Dr. Sophie Ward as they discuss the places that a degree in Psychology can take you.
Where can a degree in Business take you?
March 4th 13:00 – 13:30
Do you want to develop your management, business, planning and communication skills? Our career-focused School of Business and Management offers courses which allow you to explore the modern, ever-changing business world. Join our Business Programme Team Leader, Dr. Alison Watson as she discusses the places that a degree in Business can take you.