After Heythrop


Careers after Heythrop…
It is never too early to start thinking about your future.

 

What do Heythrop students go on to do?

96% of our 2014 graduates were in work or further study six months after graduation. Recent graduates have secured roles which include:

  • Senior Policy Advisor
  • Special Events and Philanthropy Co-ordinator
  • Compliance, Risk and Development Analyst
  • Civil Service Fast Track Scheme
  • Religious Studies Teacher
  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • Lecturer in Public Health
  • Assistant Head of Centre for Student Affairs

They enter into a wide range of sectors, including:

Galleries, arts and museums, Charities and NGOs, Communications agencies, Education, Politics, Reseach, Law,Health and social services, Interfaith organisations, Finance, etc.

For further information on Careers please contact the Enrichment Manager Kim Burke at k.burke@heythrop.ac.uk.