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Careers Service

Careers Service

Personality and Career Assessments (Matriculated Students and Alumni only)

Personality and Career Assessments (Matriculated Students and Alumni only)

Description

The Oxford Careers Service offers a number of assessments that can assist matriculated students and alumni with their career planning, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the DISC behavioural assessment tool. If in doubt contact alumni@careers.ox.ac.uk before purchase. If you are not a matriculated student or alumni of Oxford University you should not apply.

Students and researchers who are referred to a group session by a careers adviser, can possibly have feedback on their MBTI type for free. Students, researchers and alumni who request the service without a referral will be charged as follows. Unemployed alumni may be eligible for reduced fees in case of hardship:

  1. A group face to face feedback (2 hours) using a paper questionnaire costs £15 including VAT (in Oxford only) Please select the Paper option below.
  2. A one-to-one feedback (1 hour) using an on-line-questionnaire either face-to-face or over Skype costs £40 including VAT. Please select the On-line option below.

OPP is the European provider of MBTI questionnaires, these fees cover OPP prices plus related taxes and administration costs. The careers service provides the MBTI practitioner free of charge without any attempt to recoup practitioner nor training costs. Commercial MBTI charges normally range from £100 to £150.

All offers are subject to availability, the Careers Service reserves the right to withdraw or modify these offers without warning. If you are not a matriculated student or alumni of Oxford University you should not apply. Shortly after payment Dr Mike Moss will be in touch by e-mail to agree a workshop date or one-to-one meeting appointment, depending on your order. If he happens to be out of the office there may be a short delay, your patience is appreciated.

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