Search page

Displaying 1 - 10 of 11

Overview of the legal sector covering information on career paths, (areas of practice as a barrister and alternative employment options), and relevant professional training routes, (for both Laws and non-law students).
Contains information and advice on becoming a solicitor or barrister, plus a searchable directory of firms offering training contracts and chambers offering pupillages.
A wide range of information about law. Resources include information about choosing a law degree, law firms, and application and interview tips. Also lists job vacancies, vacation schemes and training contracts.
A resource for everyone considering a career in law. The website includes information about studying law, legal careers, commercial awareness, events, and work experience. It also offers a free Watson-Glaser practice test and BCAT practice test. 
A website about careers in the pharmaceutical industry. Includes information on the range of roles available, case studies, a directory of companies and advice.
A good starting point for those interested in this type of work from Prospects. Information on day to day work, salary, entry requirements, training, career development and typical employers. Links to further information and relevant jobsites.
A good starting point for those interested in this type of work from Prospects. Information on day to day work, salary, entry requirements, training, career development and typical employers. Links to further information and relevant jobsites.
The Medical Schools Council represents the interests of UK Medical Schools as they relate to the generation of national health, wealth and knowledge acquisition through biomedical research and the profession of medicine. The 'Students' section contains careers advice and resources.
A guide from UCL Careers to key resources for researching careers within the health sector. The guide includes links to job profiles, health sector information, job sites and employer directories.
This is a specialist site run by the British Medical Journal to cater to the interests of medical and dentistry students. To obtain access to the articles on the Student BMJ website you need to register but this is free to do.