What are your Summer plans? Maybe you’re looking forward to hanging out with friends, taking a holiday, or doing some uni work? Whatever your existing plans, you can do some work experience alongside them. You’ll get experience for graduate applications, learn more about how you want to craft your future, and even earn… More Get involved with Building Success Week
Find out about an employability event run by the Prince’s Trust … More Start your January off right!
Interested in a legal career, been inspired by legal week, or want the low-down on vacation (placement) schemes? Then come along to our 3-day Law Fair, meet 67 leading law firms, and explore hundreds of opportunities. And don’t worry if you’re not a Law student – half of training schemes are awarded to non-Law graduates.… More All’s (a) fair in love and LAW
Top tips and an excellent initiative in this guest post from King’s student Sivaranjani Subramanian. It is term 3 and the pressure of job interviews is upon us. After working as a software engineer for 3 years, I returned to academia for my Master’s degree at KCL, which makes this my round 2 of job… More Did someone say “Rockstar developer”? Tips to bag that coveted software engineering job.
Last month, the Department of Digital Humanities hosted a panel event for students to hear from two professionals working in the digital industry. The panel consisted of Toby Hoon, Chief Information Officer of Immediate Media, and Alex Light, founder of the digital agency SOON_ with 20 years of experience in the industry. Alex Light presented on “10 Ways to Get a Job… More Digital Humanities to Digital Careers
A panel of inspiring public and global health professionals joined us on campus in February for our Discover Careers in Public and Global Health event. Their experience spans consultancy, global NGOs and smaller charities, research and academia. They all gave a clear message that careers in public and global health are not linear. So let… More 8 core skills for careers in public and global health
King’s Careers & Employability are constantly hosting events throughout the year, but it can be hard to keep up. If you missed an event, do not fear – you can now feel as if you were there due to the wonderful invention of Lecture Capture! Hidden within KEATS sits the Careers & Employability Hub. Once you’re in,… More Never miss a King’s Careers event again!
International Women’s Day is coming up on Friday 8 March 2019! The theme for this year is #BalanceforBetter, calling for a more gender-balanced world. To promote this campaign, individuals are posting images with the hashtag and striking a pose with their hands out 🤷♀️ To celebrate International Women’s Day at King’s, there are several events on campus that aim to… More Celebrating International Women’s Day at King’s
Networking is a great way to gain advice, build connections and discover more about the industry you are interested in. Whether you are at a networking event or having a one-to-one chat with someone, it is important to ask questions and get the most out of talking with people whose career interests you. This will give you… More The value of networking
On November 14, students from a range of courses, departments and faculties gathered at our Discover Careers in… Journalism panel to find what it is really like to work in this industry. Our Discover Careers in… panels are a fantastic opportunity to hear from industry professionals and alumni about their career stories and gain advice about working in a range of sectors. The panel consisted of Ashitha Nagesh, a Broadcast Journalist from the… More Discover Careers in… Journalism