The School is dedicated to supporting the career and personal development of its students and graduates.

Students are provided with guidance and support in their career development from the Careers Service of the University of London.

Careers Service

The School is served by the Careers Service of the University of London Careers Group, the largest careers service in the UK. The Careers Service offers expertise and experience in working with students and graduates of all ages and at all stages of career development. They offer help to any School postgraduate student interested in developing their careers, either within their current field of work or in something completely new.

Careers Group website

Careers Services for SAS Students

SAS students can access 1-2-1 appointment with the SAS Careers Consultant. One-to-one careers guidance can help you plan your next steps and give you support and advice to achieve your career goals, whatever they might be.  All careers sessions can be offered face-to-face, via email or phone.  To book a 1-2-1 session please email the careers team at educationconsultancy@careers.lon.ac.uk

Each year we run a number of career-focused events for School students. Some workshops are geared towards all students, and some are specifically focused on research (PGR), or taught (PGT) students. The workshops cover a number of areas and are designed to provide you with the information and support you need.

These workshops cover topics such as:

  •  ‘What next after your PhD/Masters’
  • Applying for a PhD
  • Academic interviews
  • and CVs for postdocs

Workshops will be advertised via email in the preceding weeks.

If you would like more information or to book a place on any of these workshops, please email us at sas.registry@sas.ac.uk

 

Graduate Destinations

Graduates have gone on to work in a range of successful careers in many different countries. Some continue to further study at PhD level and many of these will go on to become researchers and academics, while others work in national and local government, the media, non-governmental organisations, law firms, financial institutions, publishing houses, inter-governmental agencies, the heritage and culture industry and many more.

View individual degree pages for relevant information on where our graduates have gone on to work after graduating from the School.

 

Online Careers Resources

Careers Tagged – online careers library

(To access Careers Tagged you need to click 'continue' in the 'Recent Graduate' box on the Careers Tagged homepage and then enter the username SASuser and the password OrangePass52)

Going Global - a search engine for full-time jobs, part-time jobs and internships across the world