An unofficial guide to banking | How to get started in an everchanging industry

Are you interested in a career in Banking? Are you unsure about the different roles that are within this everchanging industry? Deutsche Bank published an “unofficial guide to banking” which is a great general resource for you to use when finding information about finance. Banking is not always straightforward. It can be confusing and overwhelming.… More An unofficial guide to banking | How to get started in an everchanging industry

How to have a productive, unproductive break | Law student edition

Imogen Hanson, our Employer Relations & Development Adviser, has given some great advice to law students who may currently be doing work experience on how to balance work mode with rest. It is so important to look after yourself, especially after the year we have all had. So, take it easy and enjoy your Christmas… More How to have a productive, unproductive break | Law student edition

Dealing with imposter syndrome as a minority

Communications and Engagement Assistant Fatima Malik has written about imposter syndrome and how it specifically affects people from minority groups. Is this feeling of failure something that you have experienced? Read on to see Fatima’s perspective and what to do to overcome this common feeling. Imposter syndrome can be loosely defined as an internalized belief where… More Dealing with imposter syndrome as a minority

The Unplanned Career: how taking chances can change your life | Part 1

It is very easy in life to not know what you want to do, where to start or how you are meant to find out. For some, they have a clear path that they want to follow and for others it often seems like they’re at a crossroad full of traffic. What is important to… More The Unplanned Career: how taking chances can change your life | Part 1

Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority success stories: how these former Global Health and Social Medicine students are determined to make a change

The Department of Global Health and Social Medicine has recently celebrated the achievements of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority alumni by showcasing their success in their chosen careers. As part of their commitment towards anti racism, they have created a video series that displays the achievement, leadership and talent of four alumni students who give… More Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority success stories: how these former Global Health and Social Medicine students are determined to make a change

Green Career Planning: How to figure out your sustainable career path and find ideas (part 1/2)

Young people are as passionate as ever about working in the field of sustainability. However, the field remains a difficult one to break into, and the pandemic has placed additional challenges on job seekers. Today, student and KCL Sustainability Engagement Assistant Helena helps you reflect and consider how you can embed sustainability into your career planning.… More Green Career Planning: How to figure out your sustainable career path and find ideas (part 1/2)

Waiting to hear from employers? Our 6 tips to staying patient and why your application is taking so long

You might have spent lots of time developing your application skills and now… it’s just time to wait. When you’re waiting to hear back from recruiters, many feel stressed or anxious. Caroline Lindner, Career Consultant talks about developing patience and what to do during the ‘waiting period’.… More Waiting to hear from employers? Our 6 tips to staying patient and why your application is taking so long

A Check-in with King’s Law students: 5 tips for incorporating careers into your summer!

In today’s blog, law career consultants Caroline and Brett take the pen to celebrate the end of exams with students of the Dickson Poon School of Law, and offer some ideas to help navigate your next steps during the summer.… More A Check-in with King’s Law students: 5 tips for incorporating careers into your summer!