You’ve produced the perfect CV, taken time to crack the job application and nailed the nerve-racking interview. You feel good, confident, you swore it went well - they even said so themselves! But what if, after all this, you don’t hear back from that perfect job?
As there are so many candidates for each role nowadays, it’s become more common for employers to have a second stage interview to whittle down applicants even further. Often, this takes the form of a phone interview.
Older people make fantastic students. With The Balance claiming that people change careers an average of 3 to 7 times throughout their working life, it’s no surprise that there is an influx of more mature students opting to go back to university to retrain.
The night of spooks and thrills is almost upon us! To students across the country, Halloween is a night of partying and the chance to dress up. You've still got plenty of time to organise your outfit, from choosing who to go as, to finding or even making the costume!
Fresh out of uni and eager to bag that brand new job? Good for you; it’s tough competition out there. Still, when you take your first steps through the front door at your new workplace there are some things you should be prepared for.
Mature students are students over 21 who didn't go to university after school or college. Many mature students are over 30 and have had work, mortgage or family responsibilities.
Living with strangers can be a daunting thought. But if you have a food allergy, the prospect might scare you even more.
Studying, like taking care of a child, is demanding on your time - so where do you draw the line?
Bridging the gap between finishing university and stepping into your first job can be a big leap, emotionally and physically. There will be plenty of changes, from working a different timetable to setting that alarm clock for the same time every day.