A Message From OU Careers Advisory Service

The Open University Careers Advisory Service is now on Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn. Whether you’re searching for work, considering a career change, or looking to progress in your current role, you can follow us to keep up with the latest news, tips and resources, join in discussions and live chats, and find out what options your OU study opens up for you.

Career goals motivate many OU students to begin study, and by following us on social media you would have access to:

– News from the OU Careers Advisory Service

– In-depth careers advice relevant to specific subjects and sectors

– Upcoming forums, webinars and live chats

– Live Facebook chats with Careers Advisers

– Help with exploring their career options

– Links to resources, events, news and opportunities

– Tips and hints on CVs, applications and preparing for interview

– Find out what options OU study opens up for them

– Heads-up on the latest jobs from JobZone, our online vacancy service

– Discussions on careers topics

– Get advice, motivation and inspiration

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One thought on “A Message From OU Careers Advisory Service

  1. As an A student (71 entry) it really boosted my career. As a result I am now retired and on a hellova pension. Thank U OU. I have no interest in any career change my sole purpose in life is simply to be the very best at what I do. Which is lounging about writing poetry and doing the other things I like, under no pressure whatsoever, drinking malt whisky and watching the sun set. Any thought of work now gives me nightmares!

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