Disability confidence beyond the application process: explaining mitigating circumstances (Part 1)

In this blog, we discuss how you can talk about your disability with an employer. You might want to explain how you have developed strengths and skills that will be useful in the workplace, explain mitigating circumstances like lack of work experience or grades that don’t reflect your abilities, in a way that helps the employer make reasonable adjustments – or helps you be open because it’s an important part of your identity.… More Disability confidence beyond the application process: explaining mitigating circumstances (Part 1)

I’m in my final year of study this year… what does the Graduate Labour Market look like?

Feeling unsure about the world of work after graduation? What is the labor market looking like for graduate recruitment? Explore this feature from our Frequently Asked Questions area on the King’s Careers KEATS pages. … More I’m in my final year of study this year… what does the Graduate Labour Market look like?

Careers in the UK: Introduction to job hunting for international students

It’s one thing to move to the UK and begin studying in a whole new country… but on top of this, getting to know about careers and jobs in the UK can feel tricky at first! How do job hunting and the application processes work? What makes a UK style CV? What about cover letters?… More Careers in the UK: Introduction to job hunting for international students

King’s alumna Toslima talks about her further study journey

Discovering what others did after their studies at King’s is a great way to learn more about the process of decision making, specific career routes in your degrees and what it was like for King’s Alumni to step into the world of work. On our Keats pages, we have a great collection of Alumni Case Studies.… More King’s alumna Toslima talks about her further study journey