By Kay Stewart, Head of Careers and Volunteering

Getting students to understand the changing nature of work and how they can successfully navigate this is key to our students gaining graduate level work when they complete; a main driving factor for many students starting courses here at UWL.

But how do we do this with a packed curriculum to teach, and with students who are time poor and unable to attend extra curriculum activities?  This case study on how the UWL Careers team have used Epigeum’s  Skills and Attributes for Career Success could provide some answers.

The case study can be accessed here (.pdf; 6 MB), and related resources are available on the Careers and Employment Service Blackboard site (UWL login required).

If you would like more information and a discussion about working with the Careers team, please contact Kay Stewart on ext 2158 or by email on