Read all about what events we have this year and take part in exciting career learning opportunities with industry professionals across all sectors and professions. You don’t have to be interested in any specific careers to attend our events – all students are welcome, whatever stage of career thinking you are at!… More Top 20 King’s careers events you DON’T want to miss this Autumn Term 2021!
You hear about careers services and appointments… but sometimes you just don’t know what to expect. Is it for you? What if you don’t really know how to describe your situation in the first place? In this blog, we’re hoping to break the fourth wall and discuss what really happens at a careers guidance appointment. … More Breaking the 4th wall: What’s a student’s journey through careers appointments like?
Today’s blog brings to light an exciting career path in mental health. Read on as Educational Mental Health Practitioner and podcaster Cristina Eddo talks about combining her passions into her job.… More My job, My passion: KCL Alumna & Educational Mental Health Practitioner Cristina’s story!
Volunteering is a fantastic way to gain work experience alongside your degree, and King’s offers heaps of opportunities for this! Did you know you can join King’s Sustainability to promote the championing projects run at the University as a volunteer? Read more from our student case study by Rebecca, a former Sustainability Champion Assistant!… More The value of volunteering: How my role as a Sustainability Champion Assistant helped my career journey
In today’s blog, Danielle, guest blogger and King’s Careers & Employability Microintern talks about finding an internship during lockdown. Tune in for some advice and inspiration about what it’s really like, and Danielle’s top tips for students thinking about internships.… More My tips for finding and securing an internship during lockdown: KCL student Danielle’s story
To highlight the exciting career resources specifically targeted for postgraduates, we discuss the market for Masters degrees, the career journey that Masters students go through at King’s – and how it’s okay if you feel unsure about your next career steps. Employer perspectives on Masters degrees ‘Problem-solving ability, written and verbal communication skills, and an… More So, you’re doing a Masters at King’s? What next? # 2 Understanding your market
To celebrate our targeted careers support for postgraduate students, including events on our Focus on Masters festival and new KEATS section, today’s blog is all about helping Masters students think about your employability and understand the value that your degree brings to you. King’s postgraduates: a diverse & exciting cohort! Are you one of the… More So, you’re doing a Masters at King’s? What next? #1 Understanding what you have to offer
We’re excited to have Kimberley, a Publisher commissioning commercial women’s fiction for Hodder & Stoughton as our guest blogger. She has been in publishing for the last twelve years working with many bestselling authors including Jojo Moyes, Giovanna Fletcher and Stephen Fry. Where did Kimberley’s career journey start? What lessons has she learned from the industry?… More Lessons from a career in Publishing: Kimberley’s Case Study
How can students use social media to enhance your digital brand? What about building an effective showreel or portfolio for a multimedia career? In today’s guest blog, KCL alumnus Omar reveals some exciting career lessons from journalism and creative industries! … More KCL alum Omar Mehtab’s top tips on Effective Portfolios for the Creative Industries
We’re excited to dive into the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship experience… and our new series “Got Your Eye on KURF?” will feature stories from KURF academics about their projects, what the experience of being (and leading) an Undergraduate Research Fellow is like, and their advice for interested students! First case study of the series is from Victoria from War Studies.… More Got your eye on KURF? War Studies Post-Doc Fellow Victoria talks her project + advice for students!