Self-confidence: from 0 to 10!

Written by Emily Lemaire, LLB Law graduate from King’s College London and Communications Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability Self-confidence [,sɛlfˈkɒnfɪd(ə)ns/] noun: a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities and judgment.   How does self-confidence affect your career? Put simply: a lack of self-confidence can hinder your ability to obtain opportunities and lead you… More Self-confidence: from 0 to 10!

LGBTQ+ in the Workplace

To celebrate Pride month, we’ve got a guest post from our friend Sophia Donaldson at UCL Careers service. Last month, SOAS Careers Service ran a discussion panel on LGBTQ+ experiences in the workplace, with a number of LGBTQ+ professionals on the panel. Sophia wrote up a summary of her main findings, and was kind enough… More LGBTQ+ in the Workplace

Why, Why… Study Abroad?

Around this time of the year you will certainly start hearing about the numerous study abroad options King’s, and your department specifically, offers. As a result, you may be asking why studying abroad is a good idea. After going through a couple of study abroad experiences myself, which have quite literally changed my life, I… More Why, Why… Study Abroad?

How King’s Libraries Can Help Your Career

You’ve used King’s library resources for study, but did you know that the library can help with your career too?  There are numerous careers resources on the catalogue, here are just few examples of the subjects that you’ll find: interview preparation, communication skills, psychometric tests, understanding the financial world, assessment centres, Business English – all… More How King’s Libraries Can Help Your Career