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
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
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!
Mark Tricklebank is a Wellcome Trust Career Re-entry Fellow in the Department of Neuroimaging Sciences. He is a committee member for Proudly King’s. For LGBTQ+ History Month, he writes about his experiences of coming to terms with his sexuality and finding a career at King’s as a gay man with a disability.… More Navigating a Career in Science as a Gay Man with a Disability – Neuroimaging Sciences Fellow Mark’s story #ProudlyKing’s
Guest blogger and Employer Relations and Development Advisor, Kalina Zlatkova, looks at some of the most important industry trends from 2020 and how students and grads interested in the Retail and FMCG sector can best grow knowledge and adapt to the industry changes.… More A peek into the future of Retail Industry: Covid-19 update & student careers advice
What career paths are out there and how can you build work experience for a career in Marketing and Communications? In part 2 of the blog series, our Employer Engagement Advisor Kalina Zlatkova brings industry insights to students and grads interested in a career in this diverse and exciting sector.… More Careers in Marketing and Comms Industry (Covid-19 update) Part 2/2
We’re excited to dive into a new series: stories of King’s community via its staff networks. Today, KCL alumna and King’s Sustainability Officer Alexandra talks about her career journey so far, what she values in staff networks, and why it’s useful for students to know about workplace communities!… More Stories from King’s staff networks: KCL alumna and Sustainability Officer Alexandra’s passion grew into a career
Today’s blog is celebrating the opening of King’s Experience Awards applications for 2021 – with a special case study from its current showrunner! Read on to see what takeaways George himself got from the King’s Experience Award, and what advice he has for current students.… More KCL alumnus George’s experience with King’s Experience… from student to running the programme!
King’s Internships have launched a new portfolio to help King’s students access work experience. What are the Advance and Springboard programmes like? Find out all about these internship programmes and how King’s Internships helps students in breaking barriers and finding inclusive work experience during university!… More King’s Internships 2020 – what are the Advance and Springboard programmes?