It is never too early to start thinking about your next steps. Some students may be in part-time employment or know exactly what they want to do when they leave Heythrop. Some may only have a vague idea about their career, whilst others will have no idea what they will do with their degree. Don't worry! You're in good company as many students use their time at university to work out what they want to do with the rest of their life.
View the Self-sourced, funded internships booklet and application form.
Information and advice
Careers appointments are now available by skype, by phone or face-to-face at Senate House, Russell Square, this is a change from the current location at Heythrop College. Slots are available on a Tuesday 4-5pm from 1st August until 12th Sept.
After the 12 September. appointments will be available on Tuesday 4-5pm & Thursday 12.30-1.30pm. Students need to book by midday the day before at the latest for an appointment. Please email
email@example.com to book an appointment.
Appointments can be used for a general discussion about options for jobs/further study/gap years or to check a CV, cover letter or application
Our students also have access to JobOnline, the CareersGroup graduate job and internship site and their University of London CareersGroup library at Senate House.
We can help students find a placement which will help their application for further study or employment on graduating.
What do Heythrop students go on to do?
Recent graduates have secured roles which include:
- Finance Assistant
- HR Coordinator
- Fast-track Civil Service
- RE Teacher
- Advertising and marketing executive
They enter into a wide range of sectors, including:
- Galleries, arts and museums
- Charities and NGOs
- Communications agencies
- Health and social services
- Interfaith organisations
A significant number of students also go on to a Masters programme at Heythrop; common postgraduate programmes include:
- Primary/Secondary PGCE
- MA Journalism
- MA/MRes Philosophy
- Graduate Diploma in Law
- MA Contemporary Ethics