The Biotechnology & Society research group (BIOS) in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine is accepting submissions for its second annual student essay contest! The question this year is: “We all contain multitudes, we are inhabited by a vast non-human population that keeps us alive. We are not human all the way down.… More We are not human all the way down: Submit your essay for the Biotechnology & Society essay contest
The Department of Global Health and Social Medicine has recently celebrated the achievements of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority alumni by showcasing their success in their chosen careers. As part of their commitment towards anti racism, they have created a video series that displays the achievement, leadership and talent of four alumni students who give… More Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority success stories: how these former Global Health and Social Medicine students are determined to make a change
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
We hope you’ve had a restful holiday season and are excited for the return to study and life in the virtual King’s community. Fighting the post-holiday slump is not easy and the pandemic isn’t helping – so in today’s blog, we’re talking about reflection and goal-setting to the new semester ahead.… More It’s January, now what? Your guide to Reflection & Goal setting!
Whether you’re starting your study journey at King’s in September, or whether you’re a returning student, King’s has a great amount of support available to our diverse and proud community of LGBTQ+ students.… More Being proud at King’s: LGBTQ+ communities, career resources and support
While the global challenges of COVID-19 have meant a temporary end to face-to-face internships, many are exploring virtual options. King’s Careers & Employability have highlighted a website that you might be interested in if you’re on the hunt for virtual work.… More On the hunt for virtual internships
Our Enquiries Officer Toslima shares her advice on staying busy while spending time at home. Find out what two exciting current opportunities are available to you now, from free courses on coding and writing competition – and also, what you can do today to adjust to changes in your researcher career journey. And now, over… More Staying mindful and staying busy – whichever is best for you (2/2)
King’s Careers & Employability is moving to a fully digital service. Read on to get the latest updates on what that means for appointments, events and how to keep contact with us. … More Staying safe and going virtual while planning your career!
“It is entirely normal for candidates to fail on the first few attempts at many of the more popular tests.” Graduate Alexandra Toma gives her insights on the gruelling process of psychometric testing. In this series, you can expect to learn more about: Psychometric testing, situational testing, verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning and what to do… More What to do if you fail psychometric testing?
The latest in Alexandra Toma’s series on Psychometric testing. In this series, you can expect to learn more about: Psychometric testing, situational testing, verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning and what to do if you fail? To check out other tests click here → Employment Tests Non-verbal reasoning, mechanical comprehension, and data interpretation? If it does not sound… More Quick Guide: Non-verbal reasoning tests