Category: My future

How the Careers Service Can Support SALC Students

How the Careers Service Can Support SALC Students

Taking Your Next Step One of the fantastic things about a Humanities degree is it can lead to many different opportunities across a range of career sectors.    If you do a search on LinkedIn  for SALC alumni you’ll see examples of further study and an impressive...

It’s Time to Stellify!

It’s Time to Stellify!

In this post, we wanted to remind you of how you can take part in Stellify, the University's most prestigious extra-curricular award available for all undergraduate students. So, why should you consider taking part? The word Stellify mean 'to turn into a star' and the...

Try the Social Justice Challenge!

Try the Social Justice Challenge!

This blog has been written by our fantastic Student Experience Intern, Matt. In it, he gives you a student's perspective on the Social Justice Challenge and why it's worth an hour of your time...   My Experience Personally, I was able to take a lot away from the...

The Undergraduate Scholars

The Undergraduate Scholars

    Following the successful launch of SALC’s Undergraduate Scholars programme last year we are pleased to offer 30 students the opportunity to undertake an extracurricular, interdisciplinary, non-credit bearing programme of research during semester 2 this year....

Where will volunteering take you?

Where will volunteering take you?

Volunteering is a great way to have loads of fun, help maintain your wellbeing and meet new friends. And to top it off, volunteering will count towards your Stellify Award as well as help you stand out from the crowd when looking for jobs! There’s loads of...

Meet our Career Advisors

Meet our Career Advisors

New this year! Our careers team will be offering School based ‘Getting Started’ 15 minute appointments on Tuesdays, 2-4pm, in room WG.21 in the Samuel Alexander Building.  Appointments will be offered on alternate weeks for language and non-language students.SALC Non...

Introduction to master’s study

Introduction to master’s study

Interested in studying a master’s, but not sure what it will actually be like? Unsure whether you are prepared for the level of work required? Curious as to what types of master’s courses students from your subject area go on to do? Come along to this informal session...