It’s rare to walk across campus and not see a sea of students with their heads in their smartphones.
It’s 2018, and the simple interview is no longer going to cut it for most employers, especially when graduate schemes are receiving a higher amount of applications each year Amidst all the Myers-Briggs tests,....
As a student on a budget, it’s tempting to forgo a nutritious lunch for a 17p pack of instant noodles, but have you ever wondered how the things you eat and drink affect your brain-power and ability to learn?
You thought you had missed it the first time around.
Having a killer CV and skillfully written cover letter just doesn’t seem to hack it in the job-hunt anymore!
When you take your final exams you may have sworn off ever studying again but when Autumn rolls around there is this hole that you can’t quite fill, and you are left with the question: should I do a masters?
There comes a time when, regardless of how much you love it, you must say farewell to a good job.
So you’ve graduated, you’ve found a job that’s not handing out nightclub flyers, and now you’ve got those first-day butterflies!
Being an intern in a foreign country is a huge boost to any CV and professional profile.
We look at four industries where interning is important; publishing/ media, fashion, music and performing arts.