Speak to an adviser
If you are a student or a graduate (within two years) from the University of the Highlands and Islands you can access our advice and guidance services. You can either:
- Submit a question through our secure, confidential e-guidance service.
- E-mail us to request an appointment over the telephone, videoconference or skype. Appointments normally last between half an hour and an hour and give you an opportunity to explore your ideas in more depth.
All services are delivered in line with our student and graduate entitlement statement.
If you are not a student or recent graduate from the university you may be able to access support through Skills Development Scotland.
What kind of help can we give?
- Information about career paths and training options
- Information on postgraduate study
- An opportunity to talk through your ideas to develop a plan for your next steps
- CV or application form feedback
- Support with applications for further study (including UCAS and other applications)
- Support with interviews, including running mock interview (over videoconference or telephone)
Find out more about how we have helped recent students by looking at our Careers Advice Case Studies.
Meet our adviser
Rosie Alexander has ten years experience as a careers adviser and has worked in school, college, university and adult careers services. Her main motivation is to help students find career and employment choices that suit their personal interests, values and skills. She specialises in guidance on career pathways in rural communities and is studying for a PhD in the topic.
Services in your college
Depending on where you are studying you may also be able to access face to face services through your local college or learning centre. For further information contact your local Student Services department.