Welcome to the Careers Blog!
This is an online outlet where you can find careers advice written by our Careers Consultants, information shared by employers and recruiters, and content from professionals in recruitment.
Whether you’re an undergraduate, masters or PhD student, if your aim is to kick-start or progress your career, the articles on the Careers Blog will help you to reach your career goals and objectives. You can use the categories section on the right-hand side on the home page to select the articles you’re interested in. Alternatively, you can use the tags in the word cloud located lower on the home page to identify topics relevant to you.
Employer profiles, student success stories, news and updates from the world of work, these are just a few examples of articles we have written so far. Currently, we are working with many external professionals that are preparing articles on a range of themes, helping us to share more relevant content with you. So, get ready because more content is in the pipeline.
If what you need is more factual advice on how to put together a winnign CV, how to prepare for your job interview and what jobs you can get with your degree, then you might want to visit the Careres website where you’ll find everything you need. Taking part in events is also a good way to meet new people, build relationships, meet and talk to employers, so, if you’re interested in what’s hapening on and off campus, log in to MyJobsOnline. there you’ll also discover the latest vacancies advertised by employers who are recruiting students and graduates just like you.
To use this resource to its full potential, look in …
If you are after specific advice and opportunities (e.g summer work, opportunities abroad, graduate schemes, interview tips) all of our articles are in Categories.
Simply click the category you are looking for from the drop-down menu in the right-hand sidebar.
Look at the sliding cards which are displayed in the box at the top of the landing page, here you’ll find the latest news and articles. Click on any of the articles to view their content.
If you like the content and think it would be useful to others, use the buttons at the bottom of each post to share it on social media.
It’s a question you hear time and time again across campus.
There is a standard set of replies that normally follow the dreaded question. “No idea”, “haven’t got a clue”, “don’t ask” and “god knows” are amongst the most popular.
If you find yourself in this rather sticky situation, you will be pleased to know you are not the first, nor will you be the last.
My Answer is a series of guest blogs that aims to show you what other graduates did next and how you could go on to find YOUR answer to THAT question.