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To be involved in running, protecting and improving the country it is not just about working at Westminster. There are opportunities all over the UK and beyond.

The government sector is diverse and far reaching — whether you have political ambitions; want to work in central government departments (the Civil Service) providing services and helping to develop and implement policies; or work with local councils to help deliver services used within a local community.

Or perhaps you are interested in the intelligence agencies where you would be responsible for gathering information for UK security.


Wherever you want to work in government, there are opportunities for skilled people from all backgrounds. There are many esteemed graduate programmes you can apply for with a degree in any discipline, with a minimum of a 2:2. The Civil Service is a popular route into central government for graduates.

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The Graduate Guide 2017 has everything you will need for life after university. It covers 50+ career industries and looks at some top destinations overseas. Or if postgraduate study beckons, you’ll find loads of information to help you decide which route to take — in the UK or abroad. Whatever the next step is for you, The Graduate Guide is packed full of information and advice to help you on your way.

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