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New careers services for Henley Business School alumni

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Henley Careers are extending their services to help recent Henley Business School alumni develop their career knowledge and skills through one-to-one coaching, events and online support.

This continued support aims to develop our graduates to help them think through their options, secure a job they love, review their progress, plan their next move and work through any challenges they encounter.

One-to-One Coaching

Alumni who have graduated within the past four years can book an appointment with a qualified and experienced coach. The appointment can be face-to-face at Whiteknights or Greenlands, over the phone or via Skype.

Appointments can be booked on MyJobsOnline; if they haven’t used the system before Alumni can register here.


All Henley Business School alumni will be invited to attend all-new, alumni-focused events over the upcoming months. Find out more on Henley Live.

Alumni are also welcome to attend a number of student-focused events, such as:

  • Success Studio – our alternative self-improvement movement of innovative, fully interactive two-hour workshops
  • Careers Webinars – hear from a series of leading careers thinkers, presented by Sensible Media
  • Industry Insights – talks and debates that focus on the forces and trends shaping the world of finance

Details of these can also be found on Henley Live and booked on MyJobsOnline.

Online Support

We have also created four self-help workbooks especially for alumni, whether they are looking to start their career, get promoted, reassess their options or transition to a new career path.

If you are an alumni and would like to make use of our services, visit Henley Live for more information.

Published 1 February 2019
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