I’ve received my degree classification result… now what?

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?

Introducing the “My First Steps” Series

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

Life as a Student Societies President: The Insider

We’re always recommending students join societies – it’s a great way of developing many skills useful in the working world, from leadership to working as a team, and we’ve heard from a range of employers that taking an active role in a student society is something they always look on very keenly in an application.… More Life as a Student Societies President: The Insider

Find Your Next Job With LinkedIn – Optimize Your Profile With a New Picture!

There are many times users struggle to understand what type of picture to use on LinkedIn. Facebook is the social forum where you can update photos from your study trips, share your snapchat memories from the previous night at KCLSU Waterfront Bar or your Instagram filtered photos from strolling around the beach on holiday. We… More Find Your Next Job With LinkedIn – Optimize Your Profile With a New Picture!

How to Land the Perfect “Green” Job

Careers in Sustainability Even if openings seem few and far between, sustainability is a burgeoning industry – and naturally so, as it’s considered increasingly important to promote environmental protection and social responsibility. There is no set career path in this field, however, so it’s important that you take time to figure out where you want… More How to Land the Perfect “Green” Job

Getting Your Name on the Closing Credits – a ‘how to’ Guide

Careers in the Film & TV Industry Having created some of the most influential and celebrated television and cinema in the world, UK filmmakers and TV producers are recognised globally! Supporting over 100,000 jobs, the UK’s independent film and TV industry is stronger than ever.  So, how do you land your first job in the… More Getting Your Name on the Closing Credits – a ‘how to’ Guide

Describe Yourself in Three Words – Which Three do You Pick?

It’s the million-dollar question – isn’t it? During an important job interview, the interviewer may ask you to list three, five, or any number of words to describe your character; and your response could be crucial! Alternatively, you might be asked how your co-workers would describe you, or to name a few of your strengths… More Describe Yourself in Three Words – Which Three do You Pick?

What We Learned From the Working in the Criminal Justice in the UK Event

This February, King’s students had the opportunity to attend the first ‘Working in the Criminal Justice System in the UK’ event, chaired by Professor Elaine Player (Criminology and Criminal Justice). Missed it? No worries – here’s what happened! While the panel event’s main focus was on the career opportunities available within policing and the prison… More What We Learned From the Working in the Criminal Justice in the UK Event