If you’re a disabled student concerned about making the transition to the workplace, then it might interest you to know that you may be eligible for government funding under the Access to Work (AtW) Scheme. The funding is made available to assist disabled people and their employers in making adjustments to overcome work-related obstacles that… More Access to Work – Funding for Disabled Students Available
Today’s blog post is by Seyran Khalili, Postgraduate Student in Psychosis Studies, and Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability. In this piece Seyran talks about the different ways in which you can create a positive relationship with your dissertation supervisor. Your dissertation supervisor is your GPS road finder; the person supporting you as you make progress… More It’s Dissertation Time 2.0: Building a Positive Relationship With Your Supervisor
By Seyran Khalili, Postgraduate Student in Psychosis Studies and Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability. If you’re interested in a career in fintech you’ve probably seen that the sector is full of potential and dynamic and fast-growing technology companies dedicated to creating collaborative and enthusiastic environments. To give you a few ideas of possible… More Launch your Career in Fintech!
We’ve got some interesting news for any non-Law students that are interested in pursuing a career in law. For the first time, you’re now also able to enrol onto the Law School Careers & Employability KEATS page! Once on there, you’ll find it packed full of useful resources hand-selected by our dedicated Law Careers Consultants… More The best legal careers advice, bar none
Today’s piece features some nice words about us from Samer Hammoud, who’s studying a BSC Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry. He wrote a piece on the NMS blog last month detailing how using the services provided by Careers & Employability, completing the King’s Leadership and Professional Skills Award (KLPSA) and discussions with lecturers and… More Testimony from a Chemistry student
Written by Silje Undlien, Third Year War Studies undergraduate at King’s College London & Student Enquiries Officer at King’s Careers & Employability. The dissertation. Whether you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate student at King’s, it’s something you have to go through as part of your degree. You might consider it one of the most important challenges of… More It’s Dissertation Time(line)!
It’s the big day: you’ve received an email notifying you that your module results and final degree classification has been posted on Student Records. You’ve anxiously waited for the page to open, and there it is: your final university results. So, what now? Receiving your final university results can be overwhelming. After years of studying… More I’ve received my degree classification result… now what?
After all the hard work, opening your results to find out you’ve got a 2:2 (or “a Desmond”, after King’s most famous son) can be a dispiriting moment. Part of that disappointment can come from the assumption that it will also have dire knock on effects for your career, but in reality there’s no reason… More What to do if You’ve Graduated With a 2:2
Up first in our new series Melissa Larkin, who is King’s Internships Assistant here at Careers & Employability, shares her views on being a recent graduate looking for a “real” job in a new country. Want to find out more about what we’re hoping to achieve with this series? Read Seyran’s introductory blog post here.… More My First Steps: Melissa Larkin, Internships Assistant, King’s Careers & Employability
By Seyran Khalili, Postgraduate Student in Psychosis Studies and Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability. I’m happy to announce that our new blog series “My first steps” launches next week! You’ll get a sneak peek into my interviews with King’s Careers & Employability staff and recent graduates – they’ll be sharing their careers stories… More Introducing the “My First Steps” Series