Interviews can be scary. Whether it’s your first time or your tenth, there's you're being forced to prove your worth against another 100 other applicants; that's a lot of competition!
Post-uni TEFL and travel can offer a respite from the endless expectations of education and employment. But what to do when that plane lands back on British soil, and the real world comes crashing back?
In an increasingly competitive job market, going the extra mile to impress potential employers is essential. The good news is that there’s a lot you can do to stand out from the competition and boost your employability.
The Higher Education and Research Act, passed in April, probably signifies the most significant shift in the sector in twenty-five years. What does it mean for students?
Have you ever noticed how much of life’s transitional periods are labelled with anxious vibes? These are the times in our lives when people tend to panic about change. But have you ever heard of the graduate blues?
Around a sixth of music graduates find employment within sixth months after graduation. Could you be one of them?
Most employers expect prospective applicants to complete a lengthy application process, in some cases without even acknowledging their application.
There are some pesky student habits you should break before summer is over and the nine-to-five slog is upon you.
Since only 38% of Brits can speak a foreign language, studying a languages degree will certainly make you stand out from the crowd in a plethora of different industries.
Here are some crucial steps that will make you a strong candidate BEFORE the interview.