Category: Making applications

5 common mistakes to avoid when creating your CV

There you are, staring at a job description which is perfect for you (or at least a job that will do for now!)…you click ‘Apply’ hoping to upload your CV and get through this application quickly as the deadline is at midnight… when you…

Making Successful Applications (standard application forms using a personal statement)

Hello, Welcome to the follow up blog from the recent Making Successful Applications (standard application forms using a personal statement) workshop, run in our Employability Hub. Remember to look out for and book on to further workshops through the events section in My Careers…

Teacher Training – applications now open

Postgraduate Initial Teacher Training (England & Wales) opened for applications on 9th October and we’ve already seen a lot of personal statements at our Careers Express drop-in. If you’re thinking of applying to teacher training to start in 2019 this blog’s for you!

How to secure a teaching job overseas

This weeks blog has been written by Teachers for Asia. Teachers for Asia have helped thousands of people find teaching positions since 2009 in many locations throughout China, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand. Below they have shared their top tips…

Writing Applications

Making an application for a job can be very daunting, there are normally 2 different ways that employers use to manage their applications. Some ask for a CV and cover letter others have their own application process. The video below explains how you can…