Graduating university is a big step, you have done all the hard work and now you are probably wondering what to do and where to go next. The first step is to focus on what you want to do with your future - this could be working out possible career options based on your interests. Planning for the future can be something you do with a family member or friend. You can also see a careers adviser who will help piece together what you would like to do for work or even future study.

The National Autistic Society (NAS) has a guide on planning for the future after graduating which has some tips on the transition from further education into work. You can access the guide by clicking here.

Although you do not have to have a clear idea of what you want to do after university to make an appointment with the careers service, some students find the Prospects website a useful starting point in discovering what they can do with their degree. To access the Prospects website, click here. Remember, you can take anything you discover along with you when you see a careers adviser. If you are on campus, stop-by the Campus Life Lounge and browse the careers self-help resources available. You can also check out the careers website for lots of information and online self-help resources by clicking here.