Careers - Business, Informatics, Management and Accounting students
Current Student Support
What can you do with our service?
Meet with a Career Consultant – book in with your careers consultant on MyJobsOnline to discuss any careers-related topic. We will support you in gaining a better understanding of what really matters for you personally, how you can plan your career autonomously, or assist you in making tough decisions at times of uncertainty. We can also take a quick look at your CV / application or assist you with improving your interview and assessment performance.
Sign up to a Careers Workshop – We offer a range of workshops to all Henley students to discover insights into different industries and job functions. We also have workshops to help you build your self-awareness and develop your personal skills as well as get practical hints and tips on job application and assessment. Go to MyJobsOnline to see the programme of events.
Attend timetabled Careers Teaching – attend teaching sessions specifically timetabled for you. Topics have been tailored to support those of you preparing to apply for graduate positions or separately for those of you with previous work experience and seeking employment as an experienced candidate.
Network at employer events – attend The Monday Night Employer Panel events when various employers will be on site to talk to you about their companies, industries and opportunities, and answer your questions. See upcoming topics in our brochure and book your place on MyJobsOnline.
Access our online career resources 24/7/365 – visit the Henley Careers blackboard site for online support – we provide you with a wealth of information to support you through every stage of the careers process.
Apply for jobs through MyJobsOnline – visit the University’s job board and search through the database of job adverts. Many employers specifically aim to attract applicants from Henley Business School and advertise with us.
Attend a Success Studio session – get involved with the Success Studio series in the spring term and develop your understanding of leadership, entrepreneurship and personal development through a series of stimulating workshops and networking opportunities.