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- Entrepreneurs and starting out on your own
- Getting a job
- Going to university
- Studying and exams
- Volunteering, travel and gap years
Careers and employability: your questions answered
We answered some of your careers questions in a webchat with Telegraph Education. Now, we're answering the ones there wasn't time for on the day.
Applying for a university course abroad
Find out how to apply if you want to study outside the UK.
Funding a university course abroad
Paying for international study can be tricky. Find out about funding for overseas courses.
Graduate schemes explained
Find out how graduate schemes can kickstart your career.
Student finance if you are estranged from your parents
If you are not in contact with your parents, it will affect your student finance application - and you may be able to get extra support.
What is employability?
Find out what employability means, and why you need to think about it when you're starting your career.
How to get help (when life’s not all plain sailing)
Find out where to get advice and support, whatever your problem or concern.
Easy ways to shine in interviews
See how putting yourself in your interviewer’s shoes can help you land the job you want.
How to think about your career when you don’t know where to start
Tips on planning your career if you’re not sure what you want to do.