Career support for Bayes master's students
A Masters course from Bayes can be a great way for you to further your academic experience, as well as gain valuable skill for your future career aspirations.
Whether you are looking to progress on to further study with your Masters programme, or progress your career goals, Bayes has a dedicated Careers Team to support you and provide advice throughout your course.
From the day you join Bayes, you will benefit from a dedicated Career and Professional Development Centre. Our Careers Team are readily available to support and discuss your personal career objectives.
Driven to help you develop your employability skills, we take a practical approach to empower your job search with professional skills development. We draw on vast real-world experience, from finance and banking to legal, marketing, sales, PR and management functions. We’ll help you decide where you want to take your career by exploring your own unique abilities and interests.
If you have any questions then you can contact the Careers Team on +44 (0)20 7040 5255 or email the team.
Bayes Careers Online
Bayes Careers Online is your personal career management tool. With everything from online career resources to job vacancies, it provides invaluable assistance at every step of your career search.
- view and book upcoming careers events and workshops
- book one-to-one appointments
- apply for jobs, projects, internships and work placements and keep track of your
- view company profiles, information and jobs
- Use V-Mock online CV review tool
You will receive your log-in details to Careers Online during induction week, after you have completed in-person registration.
Careers fair and company presentations
The MSc Careers Fair is one of our flagship events. This is held in September and will be your opportunity to meet, ask questions and develop contacts with about 70 companies who are interested in recruiting Bayes graduates for a variety of roles across many sectors.
Throughout the year there will be also be many opportunities to attend company hosted events on campus.
The ability to present, network, and work in teams are just a few of the soft skills necessary to succeed; all of which the Business School (formerly Cass) Careers focused on developing through the many information sessions throughout the year.
Lucy Pittas, MSc in Banking and International Finance, HSBC