Career skills at Glasgow International College
The courses at Glasgow International College are designed to boost your employability skills as well as your academic ones. See how you can gain valuable tools that you can apply to the workplace after finishing your degree.
Before your course
Get early access to employability resources with Pathways Preview.
Before you start your degree preparation course you can make use of Pathways Preview, an extra resource to help you think about your employability before you start your studies.
With Pathways Preview, you can:
During your course
You’ll be provided with the tools and support to help develop your career skills during your time at the College.
What’s included in your course:
Take a pathway course with internship
Gain extra work experience with this study option, which includes an integrated online internship taken in the UK.
Why take a pathway course with internship?
Applying for a pathway course with internship is easy!
Simply select your preferred course type (Foundation Certificate or Pre-Master’s) on the application form and, if it is available for your subject area and start date, then select the option with internship.
Here’s how our courses help you shape your future
Employability skills, networking and work experience can all make finding a job easier.
We embed employability skills into our degree preparation courses so that you can make the most out of your study abroad experience.
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Top 3 reasons to take a pathway course with internship
- Get real-world work experience before you even start your degree
- Start building your network
- Learn how to adapt to a professional environment
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What our students think
of College students felt their course helped them develop skills useful for their future career
After your course
When you complete your degree preparation course, you can still rely on our support with Pathways Extra.
- Access useful content on topics surrounding career skills
- Focus on your professional networking skills
- Gain a Certificate of Achievement from the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs
- Use online tools to assess your current skills and set employability goals
- Get an advance look at how to enhance your employability at university
At university and beyond
Once you have passed your pathway course and gained valuable career skills, you can develop your employability even further at the University of Glasgow.
How the University of Glasgow can help you prepare for the future:
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