#48hrStartUp challenge

In our most recent blog post, one of our previous Careers Engagement Assistants – Alex – is sharing her experience of the #48hrStartUp challenge. Wonder why you should enter a competition like this? Read on…  The 48 hr Startup challenge is an unique two day competition in collaboration with King’s Business School. Your team will… More #48hrStartUp challenge

3 reasons why you should become a Student Money Mentor

Do you know who the Student Money Mentors are or what they do? Today the King’s Careers Blog has been visited by Claire Dewshi, a King’s student with a passion for helping her peers become as money savvy as possible. Claire is here to tell you why YOU should become a King’s Student Money Mentor! … More 3 reasons why you should become a Student Money Mentor

Experiencing the Global Internships Programme as an intern for Mission East

In this blog post we will be hearing from Kendrah and Ebba. Kendrah is the Quality and Learning Manager at Mission East and Ebba is a King’s graduate who completed a Global Internship at Mission East’s headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Read on to find out more about Kendrah’s and Ebba’s experience of participating in the… More Experiencing the Global Internships Programme as an intern for Mission East

Posters in Parliament – what’s that all about?

We have another guest post from Andy in the King’s Experience team today. Andy is here to tell you a little bit about the annual Posters in Parliament competition, which King’s participated in this year (for the first time!). Read on to find out more about this excellent opportunity to present your research…  King’s participated… More Posters in Parliament – what’s that all about?

My First Steps: Nick Hodges, CEPA (Economics and Public Policy consulting)

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)

My First Steps: Rosanna, Civil Service Finance Fast Streamer

For the latest in our My First Steps series, we’ve got Rosanna, a recent graduate from the Political Economy department talking about what working life in the Civil Service Fast stream consists of….. Getting to work between 9:00 to 9:30am (tube traffic depending!), the first thing to do is grab a coffee and check emails… More My First Steps: Rosanna, Civil Service Finance Fast Streamer

My First Steps: Louis Mignot, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

Another new week brings the latest post in our My First Steps series. Up this week we’ve got Louis Mignot, a recent War Studies graduate with an interesting tale of how things not going to plan can still lead to you going down a desirable career path…. I graduated from King’s in 2016 in War… More My First Steps: Louis Mignot, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

My First Steps: Kate Woods, Careers Consultant

We’ve got the latest in the My First Steps series, in which Marketing Assistant Seyran Khalili interviews various professionals about their first steps after graduating, and their advice for currrent students and recent graduates. Up this week, it’s Kate Woods who works as a Careers Consultant here at Careers & Employability…. Kate Woods is one… More My First Steps: Kate Woods, Careers Consultant