Employ-Ability Webinar – book for 5th July

Discussing a disability including mental health with an employer during the recruitment process or in work, can feel particularly daunting. This webinar will help you to understand the adjustments available to you for both in person and remote assessments, how to ask for them, and your rights, as well as providing you with a forum …

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Getting ready for that new job – some top tips!

  Congratulations to all recent and upcoming graduates. Whilst some amongst you will be taking a well earned time out; for others, that job offer may have been already secured and the move to that first role will be imminent. With that in mind, we wanted to share a popular blog entry from last year …

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Calling all Finalists! ULaw Scholarships available

As part of a collaborative partnership between Reading University and The University of Law, scholarships have been made available to those students who have graduated from any degree programme at UofR and who will start a ULaw programme in September 2022 or January 2023. The purpose of these scholarships is to support UofR graduates who …

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How to improve your employability as a student

By Ben Dracup, SEO Manager at Minty Digital.   For many students, choosing a university is the first step in a long journey of becoming employable. They often choose career outcomes over academic focus, enrolling at a university because of its prestige and statistics relating to employability. Can you blame them? The job market is …

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Self-Employment Case Study- Mindfulness Content Creator

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Christopher Loder, current undergraduate, BA Philosophy, Mindfulness Content Creator What or who inspired you to become self-employed? I wanted to help people through my knowledge and practice of mindfulness and wanted to earn some extra money in a way I felt beneficial to society. I also don’t like working for people so that’s a big …

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