For your information, we have provided the links below which we feel may be of use to you with the pursuit of your career development:
- University of Cambridge Careers Service
- British Academy grants and awards
- www.jobs.ac.uk (recruitment website for Higher Education)
- University of Cambridge current job vacancies
- University of Oxford current job vacancies
- Association of Commonwealth Universities (information about Scholarships, Fellowships and current job vacancies)
- Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships Scheme 2014
When applying for jobs make sure you promote the full extent of skills you have gained whilst studying here. you may find the following pages/sites useful:
- ASNC Transferable skills page
- Faculty Statement on Transferable skills
- Cambridge University Skills Portal
A great way to really make your CV stand out (and to use as a talking point in interviews) is to act as one of the student representatives for a year or so during your time here. Elections take place in Michaelmas term each year and it involves relativly little time commitment - definitly worthwhile.
Wondering what happens after ASNC?
Many of the people (visitors, guest speakers, teachers, associates etc) you come across in the Department have at some point been a student here themselves. These pages give you a flavour of where a degree in ASNC may take you: