Your Creative Life

Career and personal development planning

Getting to know yourself better by building your skills and experience can give you a real edge in competitive job markets.

Further study

Are you considering continuing your studies once you've finished your course?

Most students studying at foundation level progress to a degree course.

Teaching and lecturing are popular career choices for UCA graduates. To find out more:

Working for yourself

Every year around 16% of new UCA graduates enter self-employment as freelancers or business start-ups.

Business options

Most people who work for themselves will work as freelancers or sole traders, who do not employ staff. This is simplest way to start, with the least amount of obligations.

Contact us

Click on the tab for your campus to access Careers and Employability support.

Careers & Employability Advisers

Charlotte Kupper

Nikki Martin

To book an appointment please go to the Gateway Desk in the Library.

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Gateway

Telephone: +44 (0)1227 817 314

Email: gatewaycanterbury@uca.ac.uk

Careers & Employability Adviser

Neville Kemp 

To book an appointment please go to the Gateway Desk in the Library.

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Gateway

Telephone: +44 (0)1372 202 461

Email: gatewayepsom@uca.ac.uk

 

Careers & Employability Advisers

Steven Gordon

Kasia Majewska 

To book an appointment please go to the Gateway Desk in the Library.

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Gateway

Telephone: +44 (0)1252 892 709 

Email: gatewayfarnham@uca.ac.uk 

 

Careers & Employability Adviser

Jan Rowan 

To book an appointment please go to the Gateway Desk in the Library.

Connect with us:

        

Gateway

Telephone: +44 (0)1634 888 734

Email: gatewayrochester@uca.ac.uk