Three steps to describing your mitigating circumstances with confidence (Part 2)

In our previous blog, we explored the topic of disclosure and debunked myths about being open to a potential employer about your personal circumstances that may have affected your CV – but certainly not your potential! Today, let’s explore 3 example-based tips on describing gaps in your CV in a positive way.… More Three steps to describing your mitigating circumstances with confidence (Part 2)

Dos and don’ts for making speculative applications

It is not always the case that your perfect job or internship is advertised in plain sight. Sometimes the job search needs a little initiative and sometimes you will need to be the one to reach out to employers. Although it can seem intimidating, sending out a speculative job application can have its benefits and will show the… More Dos and don’ts for making speculative applications

Career options with a PhD

Hi everyone – we’re back! This time with a guest post from our Careers Consultant Donald Lush about the career options available for PhD students. Any search on google using the title of this blog will quickly turn up articles and tips that feature the word ‘non-academic’ or ‘alternative’. This is symptomatic of an important… More Career options with a PhD

Jobs at King’s

Getting a part-time job during your studies or in your summer break can be a great way to develop the skills you’ll need in the working world. At King’s Careers & Employability we can help you throughout the process of finding a part-time job and we thought it might be helpful to do a quick… More Jobs at King’s