About the careers service
Who can use the LSHTM Careers Service?
- Current full-time or part-time students on the 'intensive' master's programmes;
- Current full-time or part-time research degree students;
- Diploma students (DTN and DTM&H);
- Recent graduates of these programmes (who graduated within the last two years).
Support for distance learners
- Recordings of most LSHTM careers events and workshops, where time zones make virtual attendance challenging
- Resources for international learners, including subscription to GoinGlobal for localised CV and application etiquette
- Access to the University of London's comprehensive programme of additional careers events - latest online version is here. DL students can register for all University of London events on the CareersConnect platform
What we offer
- Employability talks and workshops;
- One-to-one career guidance, CV and application advice;
- Practice interviews - experience a real interview situation, receive feedback and tips for improvement;
- Access to career events, including employer and alumni talks and panel discussions;
- Access to vacancies listings;
- Online resources giving information on career options, further study, job-seeking and application skills: take a tour of our Moodle pages.
- Watch an introduction to your Careers Service (recorded in Welcome Week 2022)
- Watch an introduction to a career in global health (recorded at the Virtual Open Day)
Meet the team
Where can you find us?
We are working remotely for part of the week and offer a mixture of in-person and online activities. The team can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org. In-person appointments take place on most Mondays and Thursdays so please check the appointment details carefully when booking. You can find us in Room G20a on the ground floor. See the second map at this link.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for as many people as possible. For more information please see the accessibility section on our website, which includes our Moodle accessibility statement. Please note: Recordings created from September 2020 onwards are accompanied by automatically generated subtitles and transcript by Microsoft or Panopto. These are not always 100% accurate.
If you have a disability or health condition please contact email@example.com to discuss any adjustments you might need in order to be able to make full use of our appointments, events or resources. In this section on Equality and Diversity you can find a range of resources, including guidance on discussing disabilities and long-term health conditions with employers.
You said - we did
Student feedback indicated...
- ... you would like more contact with alumni. We now run alumni networking events for students to meet alumni working in a range of sectors.
- ... many students would like to see a wider range of organisations at our Careers Information Fairs, including more organisations recruiting non-clinicians. We have opened our careers fairs to a wider range of employers, and almost 50% of organisations at recent fairs were recruiting for roles other than clinical roles. Full details of the organisations that attended are available on the events page.
- ... you would like more information about employers both in this country and overseas. We recruited four student ambassadors to conduct informational interviews with representatives of organisations in this country and overseas. Their reports can be found in the 'Employer Information' folder in the Career and study options section.
If you wish to give feedback on the careers service or make a comment or complaint, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.