All courses at Trinity Laban are designed to prepare you for your future career, whether you decide to enter employment, become self-employed or go on to further study.
Our Careers Coordinator, Juliet Ingram, is available for advice on a range of career issues. It's never too early to start thinking about your career, and our support is free for students and graduates up to three years after graduating.
Juliet is available to meet you individually in a confidential setting, to talk though any career-related issue. You can also contact her via email or telephone.
During an individual consultation, she can offer support with:
- analysing your career ideas and exploring your options
- finding part-time or casual work during your studies
- applying for jobs – CVs, covering letters, application forms, and interviews
- looking for scholarship support and making scholarship applications
- changing course or career direction
Extensive online careers information for students and graduates is available on the Trinity Laban website. Current students can also look on the virtual learning environment, Moodle.
A weekly email to students and recent graduates contains details on:
- current job vacancies
- voluntary opportunities
- training courses
Information about opportunities for students to work at Trinity Laban will be made available at the start of the academic year.
If you are an international student please visit the website for the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) for information about working in the UK during your studies: opens in a new windowwww.ukcisa.org.uk.
Careers Support from Visiting Professionals
Outside speakers are regularly invited to deliver sessions on a range of careers related topics.
If you have any queries please get in touch:
Email: Careers Coordinator
Tel: +44 (0)208 305 4414
In addition to our careers support, the graduate careers website, Prospects, offers a wide range of information for students and graduates.