On 5th December 2018, we celebrated the third iteration of the King’s Research and Internships Awards. Anyone who’d completed a King’s Internship was invited to submit an entry into one of the 6 available categories – Reflections Competition – Written Submission, Reflections Competition – Video Submission, King’s Internships: Photo Competition, King’s Internships: 10 Second Competition, King’s Internships: Intern of the… More Feel inspired – King’s Internships Research Awards round-up
We’ve got a guest post for you today from Jess Ching from Give A Grad A Go, a London-based graduate recruitment agency. Jess is here to talk about FMCG, and how even if you’re not immediately familiar with the term, it might interest you as a career path….. Even if you aren’t familiar with the… More Why consider a career in FMCG?
We thought it might be helpful to do a quick round-up of some of the main providers of diversity and inclusion schemes in the UK. This list focuses primarily on some of the opportunities available for BAME students and those with disabilities, but is by no means intended to be a definitive list of everything.… More Diversity & Inclusion Schemes
You may not have noticed, but Christmas is fast approaching! If you follow us on social media you may have seen our 12 days of Careers-Mas countdown, featuring a series of helpful careers tips. Inspired by this, we thought it might be helpful to have a quick post outlining some of the ways you can… More It’s beginning to look a lot like Careers-Mas
Applications for the King’s Global Internships Programme, an Award-winning scheme enabling King’s students to travel overseas over the summer months, to undertake an internship and cultural experience like no other, are now open! We work closely with employers to develop internship specifications to ensure all the internship opportunities advertised are project-based to give you the… More Global Internships Programme – now open!
We’ve got another guest post for you today from Jason Mbakwe, an Associate at Morrison & Foerster LLP. In this detailed piece, Jason outlines some of the key differences between the work of a barrister and solicitor, and some of the key things to think about if you’re interested in going down either of these… More Barrister vs Solicitor – what’s the difference?
It’s a short blog post from us today to let you know that the latest in our My First Steps series is taking a slightly different form, in that it’s hosted on our website and features not one but nine (that’s right, NINE) case studies from researchers who have recently finished at King’s. From right… More My First Steps: Researchers Special
We’ve got a guest post for you today from Mincho Vichev, MSci Biochemistry, and Masters Ambassador for the KCL Biochemistry Society, who kindly wrote up some tips from an event that ran on LinkedIn a couple of weeks ago. Thanks Mincho! Senior Careers Consultant Sue Moseley revealed the three key steps to make your appearance on… More Get your LinkedIn Profile Sorted in Three Easy Steps!
The latest in our My First Steps series comes courtesy of Nick Hodges, who’s here to shine a light on Economic Consultancy as a career choice – possibly little-known up to now, it could provide an interesting and fulfilling route for a number of our students. We do have information on some related career choices… More My First Steps: Nick Hodges, CEPA (Economics and Public Policy consulting)
We’re always banging on about entering competitions – not the ones where you can win a holiday or meet & greet packages with a celebrity (though we’ve nothing against those!) but instead ones where you can either directly or indirectly use your experiences and skills to benefit your career plans. So it’s great to be… More Silver medal success for first King’s College London iGEM team