If you’re an international student wanting to stay in the UK after graduation, you might have heard of the new 2-year Graduate Immigration Route, announced by the government in September. In this blog post, the visa experts from Student Services answer the most popular questions to explain just what this means for you. Be aware: … More Making sense of the 2-year grad visa
…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
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?
Psychological wellbeing practitioner and careers consultant Louise shares the cycles of Discover, Focus, and Action that have shaped her career path. … More Warning – this career path may cause motion sickness!
A few weeks ago, Travelfusion came to campus to talk about career options with a computer science degree, and they gave us some great information about the tech industry. In this two-part blog we draw on their industry insights and advice from our very own Careers Consultants to bring you top tips for applying to… More Working in Tech Part One: Travelfusion gives application advice!
So, you’re completing, or have completed, a science degree, and you’ve decided to focus on a science-related grad job? Great! It’s now time to put those dreams into action and plan out how you’ll reach your goals. There’s just one problem: with science graduates in such high demand, banking or finance opportunities can crowd… More So you want a job in science?
Are you values-driven, passionate about the UK’s NHS and ready to prepare for tomorrow’s challenges? Consider applying for the NHS Graduate Management Training System (GMTS), your gateway to senior NHS roles! What is the scheme? The GMTS is the National Health Service’s flagship graduate scheme. For more information on the difference between graduate schemes and… More NHS Graduate Management Trainee Scheme – now open!
Are you a student (law or non-law!) interested in qualifying as a solicitor? To do this, you’ll need to apply for a training contract (‘TC’ in law lingo) – a two-year period of training at a law firm. It can be stressful to figure out where to start, so here’s a quick guide to help… More Training Contracts 101
No, you cannot use that Walden IG filter photo of you on a night out with your friends cropped out for LinkedIn. It just doesn’t work. LinkedIn is not Instagram and though people may act like it, it is not Facebook either. Yes, it is a social media platform – but it is a professional… More #SELFIE
On August 26 a former world champion boxer, possibly the greatest boxer of all time will come out of retirement to face a Mix Martial Artist (MMA) and current UFC champion. Labelled the “money” fight with expected revenue expected to exceed $1bn in total sales. If you’re not a fan or familiar with boxing, this… More Boxing: An Interview Metaphor! IT’S TIME – LET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE!