Tag: career advice

No idea about your career? Handy tips to get you started

‘The future depends on what you do today’ – Mahatma Gandhi Whether you are in your first year or your final year, it is never too early or too late to start considering your career options. But instead of trawling through page after page… Continue Reading “No idea about your career? Handy tips to get you started”

3 New Year Resolutions – Careers & Employability

Kick-start 2019 by committing to doing at least 1 thing to improve your future prospects. Here are our recommended top 3 career & employability resolutions. Volunteer Develop skills and add to your CV whilst giving your time and experience to a valuable cause. Find… Continue Reading “3 New Year Resolutions – Careers & Employability”

Class of 2018 we’re here for you!

If you’re graduating this summer remember you can access all of our services, free of charge, for up to three more years. Here’s our quick guide to our services and how we can help now you’ve finished university.

Let the summer ‘work’ for you

I love this time of year (especially now I’m a term-time member of staff) as the long university summer holidays stretch out ahead of us. If you’re one of our students, or a finalist waiting for graduation, the holidays have already begun. How will… Continue Reading “Let the summer ‘work’ for you”

BA Education Careers Insight Event

Following on from our recent blog post 8 Careers Beyond the Classroom here’s another fantastic career insight blog for Education students. In this blog Kerry Chaplin, Level I Education Student Advocate, details what she learnt at the recent Level I Careers Education event.

8 careers beyond the classroom

For a lot of Education undergraduates teaching can be the logical next step in your career path but what if you know that teaching’s not the right route for you?  Our Careers Adviser, Anna Worsley, recently attended an Education Alternatives training event where eight… Continue Reading “8 careers beyond the classroom”