See what graduates from last year’s Nursing & Midwifery courses at Glasgow Caledonian University went on to do after graduation. The chart below shows how many graduates were employed, in further study & unemployed six months after graduation (the category ‘Others’ includes graduates who were either not available for employment, were taking time out, were starting a job the following month, or were doing something else).
Destinations of Nursing & Midwifery graduates from DLHE survey 2010/11
Full-time study: 2
Total 1st degree returns: 290
82% of graduates from our Nursing & Midwifery courses last year who responded to our survey were in employment six months after graduation.
Guide to researching graduate vacancies:
Applications and Interviews
See Professional body and NMC websites for advice/regulations information.
Charities and voluntary sector
There are also opportunities for nurses to work in other areas including Charities such as Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie
The following websites are good starter sites for investigating this field. They are not recruitment websites. See also relevant links & information from your own professional body website
Medical equipment/Pharmaceutical manufacturers & Medical Sales jobs
Nursing graduates use their medical experience in new contexts such as Sales/Nurse advisor (within pharmaceutical research).The following websites aregood starter sites for investigating companies/opportunities in this field. They are not recruitment websites. See also relevant links & information from your own professional body website.
Other opportunities for Nurses
There are also opportunities for nurses to work in other areas including: