As a graduate of the University of Surrey you are welcome to use the services offered by the Careers Service - now, or at any time in the future. There are several ways in which the Careers Service can help you.
If you are undecided about your future career:
It may help you to speak to a Careers Adviser. You could have a confidential discussion which could help you to sort things out or at least make a start.
Advisers do not direct you along a particular path but instead help you, depending on your own needs, with any of the following: reflect upon your interests, skills, values, personality or circumstances in order to understand yourself better; suggest possible careers which might suit you; suggest ways in which you might obtain relevant or useful information; compare different options.
Second, you could try a computer programme called Prospects Planner. This will help you to quantify your skills, interests and so on before the computer searches for possible suitable graduate level occupations from about 450 available. It’s a great way to get ideas.