Accountants, Architects, Armed Forces....
From Accountancy and the Armed Forces to Veterinary Science and Video Games, almost all careers were covered at last night's Higher Education and Careers Fair attended by several hundred students and their families.
Over 60 companies filled the Warwick Hall and spoke about their industries and the opportunities available, including work experience, apprenticeships, graduate schemes and more.
Over in the Thornton Building, over 50 UK universities and organisations with opportunities to study abroad, were represented and gave advice and prospectuses to the enquiring students. Gap Year providers were also exhibiting, covering volunteering overseas, drama courses and cookery school!
With so many careers and courses covered, there was plenty to grab the attention of the hundreds of students from Warwick School and King's High School who attended along with their parents.
Outside the hall, Aston Martin had their cars on display including their first luxury SUV show car - due for production next year.
Inside, the Medicine Zone included the simulation of different medical scenarios, demonstrated by students from the University of Warwick, Warwick Wilderness Medicine Society and Warwick Trauma and Emergency Medicine Society.
Overall it was a hugely successful event and hopefully provided valuable advice and information for all who attended.