While it may have been a year of fun in the sun, it was also an intensely beneficial and unique learning experience. With only 1.6% of UK students being able to boast they've studied abroad, simply having it on your CV will make you stand out.
All you Tweeters out there may have noticed that September 13 2017 was Ask A Curator Day.
Look at you go, you little adult, you! You’ve signed the lease and you’re all moved into your first rental property. Once you’ve finished happy-dancing around your new living room, there are a few things you’ll need to sort out.
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.
We all know social media plays a starring role in the marketing process, but do you know how Snapchat can benefit your strategy? You just might have to, so here are the basics.
No matter who you are, what your career plans are or how famous you turn out to be, every person has to begin their career somewhere. Even the CEOs of major international companies had to begin in some menial job or other, earning a meagre wage so as to demonstrate their employability.
When seeking your first real-world job after graduation, it can be hard to know where to start. With your uni careers team, your pals and your parents advising you what to look for, how can you tell the difference between any old grad job and a leg up your career ladder?
Staying in touch with new connections is the key to progressing in the business. In any industry but particularly so for acting, connections are the door to opportunities. Here are four tips to make it easier.
Many graduates will find themselves navigating full-time work in the hospitality industry once university is over. It's all fun and pouring pints until you realise you're racking up between forty and fifty hours a week.
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.