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There are so many examples of CVs and cover letters online, and so many “dos” and “don’ts” in the job application process. Everyone has a different style or a new comment to make, and it’s hard to know if you’re heading in the right direction. In this article, our Application Adviser Humarrah Sheikh discusses when… More When is your CV good enough?
Want to stay in the UK after uni? You may have heard about the proposed 2-year Graduate Immigration Route which is due to launch in summer 2021 – if you haven’t heard about it, you can check out more info on our recent blog post. But if you’re an international student in the… More UK visa options!
…I’m just beginning, the pen’s in my hand Ending unplanned Staring at the blank page before you… This is not just an iconic Natasha Bedingfield song, it’s a familiar torment for CV-writers – which, unfortunately, will be all of us at some point. Even if you’re not currently in the Action stage of your career… More Top 5 CV tips for beginners
Intrigued by internships? Wild about work experience? Passionate about placements? Great! Internships and work experience are brilliant ways of finding out about industries and sectors, before committing to a graduate job and now is the season to consider applying – check out upcoming internship deadlines on our recent blog post. But they can often feel… More How to boss your applications
PhD study is all about intellectual curiosity, exciting research and – practical considerations…? That’s right; your groundbreaking doctoral research comes with some very real practicalities that need to be worked out before you can make the most of your further study. Guilherme Celestino, King’s College PhD candidate (Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies) shares his… More Making the most of your PhD – read this and THRIVE!
In this blog post, we explore how to craft your own experience – this can be anything that furthers your skills and employability, from running your own music night to setting up an online store. Whilst some industries abound with internships, spring weeks, or work shadowing opportunities, these formalised and structured work experience are… More Creating your own opportunities!
Read on as Louise shares her experience of applying for training positions, completing the training and working as a psychological wellbeing practitioner. As a psychology graduate, I had heard of the psychological wellbeing practitioner (PWP) role but apart from the rather long job title I didn’t really know much about it. So, I did what… More What is a psychological wellbeing practitioner and is it the job for me?