Your Path to Teaching – How to Start Your Career in Education

Thinking of going into teaching after university? Declan Spinks of EduStaff has been telling us the best ways for undergraduates to do just that… “Teaching is a career that provides stability, structure but also an undoubted sense of social and moral responsibility. In recent years the government has put together strategies and incentives to attract …

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Research Fellowships to Japan!

The Canon Foundation in Europe offers research grants to highly qualified European and Japanese researchers who obtained at least their Master’s degree within the last ten years. This is the minimum requirement. Non-nationals should have permanent citizenship in either Europe or Japan. We welcome applications in ALL fields of research, Successful European applicants should carry …

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Who to put down as references when you’ve just graduated

The question of who to put down as a reference can be difficult at any point in your career, but never more so than when you’re just starting out. The dream reference will come from a former manager at a successful company where you aced every task and gained experience that makes you perfect for …

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Preparing to impress at interviews

What to expect How to prepare what to say How to answer the questions with confidence Creating the right first impression Preparing questions for the interviewer Preparing how to say it Keeping the nerves under control! What to do next What to expect Being invited for an interview might turn your legs to jelly but …

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What to wear to an interview

Written by Simon Howarth, a graduate from the University of Leeds, writing on behalf of House of Fraser. “It doesn’t matter if you’re interviewing for a university or college position, or applying for internships and jobs, if you’re clothes aren’t comfortable it will make you feel uncomfortable. Even the most immaculately dressed interviewee will come …

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