Your candidate number can be found on the Examination and Assessment Information page in Student Self Service.

For alternative arrangements, permission must be obtained through the college from the Proctors; please contact the Academic Office at the earliest possible opportunity. 


What Careers Support is available in College?

Look out for careers events in College, when St Catz invites back former students to talk about their experiences, raise awareness of the different career paths that they have taken, and provide advice to current students about how they might be able to progress their career ideas. St Catz has alumnae in amazing roles and organisations, so don’t miss out! St Catz maintains a database of thousands of alumni, and although the College can’t give out alumni’s details, they can help put you in touch. Contact the development office for more details 01865 281 596 or

Another great source of career advice are your tutors, even if you are not thinking of pursuing an academic career. Oxford tutors know a great deal of knowledge about different career paths, and can provide very field specific advice. They want to see you succeed in your career and make the most of your degree – so you can count on their help.

Careers guidance and support

The Oxford University Careers Service offers a wealth of tailored support to help you really develop your skills and put yourself in the best possible position for entering the jobs market. Whatever career you’re interested in, and whichever degree you’re taking, you will be offered expert advice and resources. 

  • Advice appointments are available year-round for students, researchers and alumni with Careers Service’s expert careers advisers
  • Every year, hundreds of internships are made available exclusively to Oxford students through the Careers Service’s internship programmes
  • The Careers Service’s skill development programmes can help you prepare for the workplace and build commercial awareness and experience
  • Oxford University runs 10 careers fairs per year so you can explore your options and meet employers
  • Benefit from a variety of careers events each year, run by careers advisers and visiting recruiters.
  • Access to thousands of vacancies on the Careers Service website.

For more information, please visit the Careers Service website.

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