The other side of virtual networking: What’s it like from an employer’s perspective?

In celebration of our learning Pathway How to Talk to Employers, to help students gain confidence and prepare for employer interactions, we spoke with a Grad Recruiter to demystify the experience of talking with employers at career festivals. When they talk to King’s students, what do employers think about? What is their role in the situation? What can students do to feel less nervous? Find out here!… More The other side of virtual networking: What’s it like from an employer’s perspective?

Top 20 King’s careers events you DON’T want to miss this Autumn Term 2021!

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!

At Least It Sounded Good: Ten Tips on How to Improve your Presentation Skills

In today’s blog, LLM student Imogen Todd talks about an all-important topic… presentation skills! Whether you’re doing a presentation for your course, or for a group of managers at work, there are at least ten things you can learn to enhance your skills…… More At Least It Sounded Good: Ten Tips on How to Improve your Presentation Skills

Making the most of Foundation Training – Advice for medical students

In today’s blog, career consultant Rebecca Hallam shares her advice to navigating the Foundation Training experience, and the career questions you might be asking yourself. What medical areas should I specialise in? How do I make the most of the Foundation Training?… More Making the most of Foundation Training – Advice for medical students

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!

The value of volunteering: How my role as a Sustainability Champion Assistant helped my career journey

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

The Benefits of a 2-week Insights Project During Your PhD – 5 Students Reflect on their Experience

A team of five PhD students based at King’s College London drawn from diverse disciplines in health, security studies, classics, biophysics and neuroscience joined together to work on a business opportunity project within King’s Internships Insights Project. Prior to this experience they had not met or worked with one another before. Read on to hear about how their Insights Project went!… More The Benefits of a 2-week Insights Project During Your PhD – 5 Students Reflect on their Experience

Making genuine connections & geeking out over Maths: Beth-Anne’s career case study in Accounting!

We have the pleasure of welcoming guest blogger Beth-Anne Bruce to talk about her journey in Accountancy. Interested in exploring the career path? Find out Beth’s top tips for students, what skills are currently sought after in the industry from graduates, and how her career journey looked like, to become an ACCA Chartered Accountant. … More Making genuine connections & geeking out over Maths: Beth-Anne’s career case study in Accounting!

Research is a form of freedom: Santiago, Reader in Economics at FoSSPP discusses the KURF programme

In today’s blog, Santiago Sanchez-Pages, a Reader in Economics at King’s reflects the value of KURF in a multidisciplinary setting, that gives students the opportunity to hone skills, experience new things and build their confidence through academic research. Applications for KURF in 2021 are still open, so hurry to apply before the deadline of 18 April!… More Research is a form of freedom: Santiago, Reader in Economics at FoSSPP discusses the KURF programme