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Subject area: Career Guidance

About Career Guidance

Our career programmes are located within the School of Psychology, which offers them the unique advantage of embedding expertise in career theory and practice as well as psychological concepts, counselling principles and coaching theory in the professional training. Grounded within a strong research culture, our postgraduate Career programmes are recognised nationally and internationally for their rigor and excellence and as pioneers in expanding their curriculum to encompass new developments in theory, and approaches to practice. Graduates enjoy an excellent reputation in the professional field.

The Guidance, Counselling and Coaching programmes accept students from diverse backgrounds, with diverse life experiences and journeys leading to choosing to enter in helping professions. Our students can also progress from undergraduate programmes onto postgraduate training courses including MA Careers, MSc Counselling & Psychotherapy, MSc Coaching; MSc Coaching Psychology; or MSc Career Coaching. The School also offers MSc in International Humanitarian Psychosocial Consultation studies.

The MA Careers offers progression from initial postgraduate training. It provides experienced professionals who are working in a careers-related context the opportunity to update themselves on theoretical developments in research relevant to guidance practice and to undertake their own work-based research. For further information about the MA Careers programme, including details of how to apply, please contact Julia Yates (Email: j.c.yates@uel.ac.uk).

The recently developed Post Graduate Diploma in Career Coaching is a unique programme offering theoretically based and practical training, both campus based and by distance learning, to support professionals keen to develop their expertise in this growing area of work.

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