Tuesday, August 14, 2018
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Top 10 Jobs in the UK

How is the popularity of a particular career measured and by what criteria? 'Most popular' is, of course, something that is hard to measure. The job that the largest number of people apply for may...

EY transforms graduate scheme by rolling out apprenticeship add-on

Big Four accountant EY is to transform its graduate scheme in 2018 by offering apprenticeships to existing students and new joiners. Eligible graduates will be given the option of working towards a government-accredited apprenticeship alongside...

How to Prepare for Psychometric Tests

The tests, which use assessment tools designed by psychologists, are designed to reveal the truth about candidates' abilities or personality traits. Many larger companies and organisations use them to get a more rounded picture of...

The Big Hope 2: Global Young Leaders’ Congress returns to Liverpool Wednesday...

Global young leaders' congress The Big Hope, which in 2008 brought more than 800 delegates from 63 countries together to debate issues facing future generations, is to return in 2018. The Big Hope 2 will...

Career Tips on how to survive the transition from student to the world of...

You’ve finished all your exams and all that’s left is to wait for your results. Bit of an anti-climax don’t you think? After your graduation celebration, which leaves you with a hangover you definitely...

BUNAC Celebrates The Power Of Volunteering Worldwide

On the eve of Volunteers' Week (1-7 June), specialist work abroad organisation, BUNAC is celebrating the positive impact its volunteers are making around the world.  Teaching in India, repairing schools in Nepal, sports coaching...

Quinnstheprinters.com launches national student billboard design competition

Belfast-based online trade printer Quinnstheprinters.com has launched a national billboard design competition for students in the UK and Ireland.  Talented students from across the UK and Ireland will be able to enter their artwork...

Should I volunteer overseas? Things you should consider

It is debatable whether many volunteering opportunities bring real benefits to host communities and often exploit the good intentions of well-meaning volunteers. UK student volunteers can pay thousands of pounds (most going to the...

STUDENTS URGED TO BOOST CVS BY VOLUNTEERING WITH SEA CADETS

National youth charity Sea Cadets is encouraging students to see how they can make a difference to young people, to mark Volunteers Week 2017. A number of roles are available at more than 400 units...

Too Clever for an Apprenticeship or School Leaver Programme?

11% of parents believe that their children are “too clever for an apprenticeship or school leaver programme”  80.8% of students go to their parents instead of teachers for help making career decisions  45%...
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