Stephen May from the Screen Arts Institute is looking for a King’s researcher who is already familiar with expressive writing or linguistics studies and/or arts research in relation to mental health. Title of Project: “YOU Are Your Story – A student-centred participatory project, using the power of Story-Prompted Expressive Writing (SPEW)” They now have 40 years… More Work experience opportunity for PhD students!
The UK electronic skills foundation has created a scholarship scheme that enables you to gain great work experience and widen your network. Each UKESF Scholarship lasts from the year you apply, until graduation. It includes a bursary for each academic year and a work placement (8 weeks minimum) each year. Some companies offer work placements… More UKESF Scholarships Scheme for Engineering students!
The Circle U. Challenge brings together international and interdisciplinary student teams from across Europe to develop solutions to authentic challenges faced by civic partners in our regions, cities, and communities. The King’s College London Circle. U Challenge: Designed in collaboration with the London Borough of Lambeth and South London and Maudsley Hospital (SLaM), the King’s College London Circle… More Circle U. Challenge!
In the last ten years there have been more than 12 million international graduates of UK education. This two-week course will equip international graduates with the skills and understanding that they need in order to navigate and enter their local employment market. It will support them to identify their skills, and how to communicate these… More Study UK: Preparing for work online course on 3rd October!
It is hard to avoid the recent headlines about the cuts to the number of civil servants in the UK. These plans have touched all areas of recruitment, including the Civil Service Fast Stream which has paused the graduate scheme and will not be recruiting during this academic year (2022/22). They are still running the… More Alternatives to the Civil Service Fast Stream 22/23
We’ve all been there. You start looking for internships and before you know it, two hours have passed, you went into some kind of internet vortex and you only found one relevant thing – and its deadline just passed! It’s no surprise that the thing which students most often ask Careers Consultants about is what… More Internships calendar for Social Sciences and Public Policy 2022-23
Karina Mendonca, a former Biomedical Sciences student, talks about her experience working as a medical writer. Read more to find out about her career journey and advice she would give to anyone wanting to work in her area. What are you doing now? Please give us an outline of your current role, including any responsibilities,… More Career case studies: Karina Mendonca – Medical Writer at Parexel
So, summer has now come to an end and we’re moving back into autumn term. I know you may be thinking two things: you’re not ready to be back at uni or that you’re excited for the new academic year. It is totally normal to feel a bit nervous coming back to studying! Summer was… More Preparing for Autumn term: Getting back into the swing of things
The NUE Awards are a great opportunity to evidence future employers the high calibre student they are. In addition to succeeding during studies, the ability to evidence an Industry known award, such as the NUE Award, shows the impact you have had during your time at University. For Luke, he is able to not just… More NUE Awards | Finalist Luke Szpiek’s speaks on his experience and why placement students should nominate themselves
In today’s blog, Amrita Raichua-Kaushal, a former Pharmacy student, talks about her experience as an entrepreneur and why she decided to move away from a career in Pharmacy. Read more to find out how she made that transition into entrepreneurship and how she overcame barriers. What are you doing now? Currently, I am on my… More From studying Pharmacy to becoming an Entrepreneur: Amrita Raichua-Kaushal