The Access Factor is a podcast created by the Careers & Employability department at King’s College London. Our host interviews special guests from a range of industries, focusing on their career journey as well as the diversity, inclusivity and accessibility of their sector. They also provide actionable steps and signpost valuable resources to help you… More Introducing The Access Factor Podcast
In Part 2 of our mini-series, we continue to unpack what’s happening in the creative industries. If you’re a graduate wishing to enter the industry, our blog will help you understand the challenging economic situation the industry faces and learn about how you can develop your employability to stay on top.… More A peek into the future of Creative Industries – A Covid-19 update (Part 2)
The creative industries, like many others, have been subject to a lot of change due to Covid-19. For graduates thinking about finding work within the creative industries, we gathered industry trends to look out for and what graduates can do today to stay employable and competitive.… More A peek into the future of Creative Industries – A Covid-19 update (Part 1)
We thought it might be helpful to do a quick round-up of some of the main providers of diversity and inclusion schemes in the UK. This list focuses primarily on some of the opportunities available for BAME students and those with disabilities, but is by no means intended to be a definitive list of everything.… More Diversity & Inclusion Schemes
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?