Further Education Appointments

We offer 3 appointment types to support your further education journey:

Professional School Planning

In these appointments, we can talk about:

  • How to become competitive for your program
  • How admission requirements for your program apply to you

Application Personal Statement Review

In these appointments, we can talk about:

  • What you’d like to share in your personal statement/letter of intent
  • How to share your meaningful and relevant experiences

Interview: Professional School

In these appointments we can talk about:

  • Strategies to set you up for success in an interview
  • Practice interview questions
  • Interview format and process

How to access further education appointments

Step 1: Login to WaterlooWorks using your WatIAM credentials

Step 2: Navigate to the ‘Appointments’ tab and then to the ‘Further Education/Alumni’ Appointments tab from the menu on the left-hand side of the screen

Step 3: Choose the appointment type that best fits your needs. You’ll be able to see all of the available times for the next 10 business days.

Step 4: Follow the booking steps and input your information

Step 5: You will receive an email to confirm your booking

Can't find available times?

If you aren’t able to find any available times, you can fill out the booking survey to provide feedback and continue checking WaterlooWorks periodically, as newly available appointments can appear at any time. Further Education Advisors offer drop-in appointments on a first-come, first serve basis several days a week.

If you have further questions about booking, contact the Centre for Career Action front desk at 519-888-4047.

Unsure about what you want to do and if you need further education to get there?

Career Planning appointments might be the right fit for you if:

  • You’re not sure what you want to do after completion of your current degree
  • You’re not sure what job or field you ultimately want to pursue a career in
  • You’re questioning if further education is your next step.

In a career planning appointment you will deepen your understanding of yourself and your unique skills, values, interests, personality and situational factors in order to make better-informed career decisions. Undergraduate students, register for a Career Planning Initial 15-minute Consult to get this conversation started. Graduate students and postdocs, book an appointment with a dedicated graduate career advisor.