Written by Silje Undlien, Third Year War Studies undergraduate at King’s College London & Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability. If you’re job-hunting, social media can be a useful tool for networking and finding opportunities. In this day and age the ability to cultivate an online presence to your own benefit is key! But… More Your Digital Footprint – Making or Breaking Your Job Application?
This terms competition round-up! Are you looking for some exciting competitions to apply to that would complement your studies and win you some prizes? Want to boast about your skills and let that successful glow shine all over the room and across the way? We’ve picked up details of some great prizes to apply for… More It’s time for a competition round-up!
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
To celebrate Pride month, we’ve got a guest post from our friend Sophia Donaldson at UCL Careers service. Last month, SOAS Careers Service ran a discussion panel on LGBTQ+ experiences in the workplace, with a number of LGBTQ+ professionals on the panel. Sophia wrote up a summary of her main findings, and was kind enough… More LGBTQ+ in the Workplace
Are you conducting high quality and extensive research which has the potential to be presented to experts and professionals? Taking the leap and submitting your research to a conference could be your next personal as well as career milestone. First and foremost, submitting your research to be presented at a conference helps you spread the… More Why Submit Research to a Conference?
Got an idea you would like to develop, but you’re not quite sure where to start? Have a look at King’s very own accelerator program – King’s20! The King’s Entrepreneurship Institute is keen to support you in making your idea into reality. Click here for some stories of examples of previous ventures built, such as… More Apply for the King’s20 Accelerator!
Our second write up this week from the Global Careers Series comes from the event on working in the Middle East. If you missed the first post in our series, on working in South East Asia, no fear! You can find it right here. But here’s Melissa again with more…. We heard from an all-female panel… More Working in the Middle East
The Global Careers Series was created to give you an insight into working in different regions of the world, whether it’s through our Global Internships Programme, or independently. It’s great that we’ve got our Internships Assistant, Melissa Larkin, on the blog today, with write ups of two of the events from the Series earlier on… More Working in South East Asia
Which scholarships could you apply for to help fund your masters? How much can you get and when should you apply? Read on to find out about innovative ways to fund your masters. Why apply for funding? Most masters’ courses cost a lot more money than students can afford, so it’s useful to investigate opportunities… More Innovative Ways to Finance Your Masters
Our latest blog post is a guest post from Eva Stromsted, who is a postgraduate student in the Culture, Media and Creative Industries department here at King’s. For her master’s dissertation, she’s looking at the impact using creative CVs has on job applications. As part of this, she’s asking for your help – read this… More Can Creative CVs Increase Your Chances of Successful Job Applications?