The world of work is constantly evolving so we must be prepared to meet these changes!
When planning your career it is important to be adaptable with your plans, proactive with your approach and open to opportunities. Career planning is too important to be left to chance, because decisions you make now may influence your future career path. Career planning is an ongoing process that can help you manage your learning and development. This is where our online module ‘Career Zone‘ can help you.
‘Career Zone’ is a non-credit bearing, self-study optional online module available via Blackboard and the UCD Career Development Centre website for UCD students.
➢ On line module
➢ Accessible anytime, anywhere!
➢ Students can learn in their own time at their own pace Structure:
The on-line module is divided into four sections;
1. Career planning
2. Creative job search
3. Winning job applications
4. Interview strategy
Each section provides a structured step-by-step approach to the topic such as planning your career or producing an effective CV. Each module contains an introduction and summary as well as built in exercises to complete in your own time.
Register today and start planning for your future.
UCD Career Development Centre
Would you like an opportunity to be part of an exciting new short online course that explores critical thinking in the context of global challenges facing society today?
As part of the Universitas 21 Network, UCD is participating in U21 Shared Online Course ‘Critical Thinking in Global Issues’. This course is a version of a MOOC, developed by the University of Edinburgh, which has been tailored in the form of a shared online course (SOC) and will now be delivered by the University of Edinburgh to UCD students and fellow students across the U21 Network.
This is an excellent opportunity for UCD undergraduate students to develop the capacity for critical thought and a sense of internationalisation while participating in a MOOC-type learning experience with fellow U21 students from across the world. Successful completion of this course by UCD students will be recognised and reflected on students’ Diploma Supplement.
The course is open to all undergraduate students and requires 1-2 hours study per week (for 5 weeks, starting 9 March). Current students who may be interested are invited to participate in this unique learning opportunity and to enrol as soon as possible by using your UCD email address via the following link: http://www.universitas21.com/link/U21SOC.
Please note in order for your participation and completion in this course to be recognised by UCD it is essential that you use your UCD student email account to register.