Graduate and Careers Advice

A student who has not an idea can frequently be very concerned about this but in fact they’re frequently best compared to student who sees career like a particular occupation they’re going to have once they graduate throughout their existence. Career is really a lifelong journey along with a procedure for constantly developing skills and private characteristics which are transferable. It is much better when the student can concentrate on the journey instead of on the particular destination.



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Saturday, June 25, 2022


  • Looking for graduate jobs

    Posted on Saturday, June 25, 2022 by Editorial Team2 comments

    Finding a graduate job can be challenging, especially with the current situation but there are lots of resources to help you. It is important to start early, undertake a little research and make informed decisions to ensure you stand out from the crowd to secure that position. Your careers service is here to help you every step of the way. Firstly, think about which direction you would like to ...

  • Why Your LinkedIn Profile Shouldn't Look Like Your Facebook Profile

    Posted on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    Your LinkedIn profile could be under scrutiny by potential employers at any given moment. Whether you’ve just applied for a job and an employer is digging for dirt, or one of your clients is having a browse, there’s always someone watching. And thanks to the private browsing mode, you may never be aware they were even on your profile. So, of course, it’s essential to not treat your LinkedIn as a ...

  • Why do postgraduate study?

    Posted on Thursday, June 16, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    There is no right reason to choose postgraduate study as an option, but some reasons are more positive than others. Whatever you choose to study, you will need to enjoy and be interested in the subject to keep yourself motivated, especially for research degrees. In some areas, particularly humanities, this is the most realistic reason for postgraduate study, especially if you don’t intend to go ...

  • Teacher Training – School-Centred Initial Teacher Training

    Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    If you're a graduate and want to complete your training in a school environment, consider school-centred initial teacher training (SCITT). School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) programmes are run by schools or groups of schools. Many schools work in close partnerships with universities, enabling trainee teachers to gain a PGCE alongside working towards Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). ...

  • Top Tips to Mix Up Your Revision

    Posted on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    There can be a lot of stress around revision, especially for something as daunting as your final stage of exams before heading off to university. There are so many ways that you can use revision to learn topics and subjects. What’s important is finding the revision method that plays to your strengths. So if you’re looking for ways to get the grades you need for a psychology degree , we’re going ...

  • Interview Tips For Internships

    Posted on Thursday, May 5, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    Interviews for internships can be extremely daunting whether you have had plenty of experience of them or not. However, as long as you are thoroughly prepared for what lies ahead, there is no reason why your nerves cannot be used to your advantage to help you to enhance your performance. Preparation When attending an interview for an internship, it is just as important as when you are being ...

  • Graduate careers in pharmacy

    Posted on Saturday, April 30, 2022 by The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great BritainNo comments

    The other thing to consider is what sort of person you are. Are you good with people? Do you like them and care about them? You will need to be if you are going to deal with patients on a day-to-day basis, looking after their health concerns and perhaps offering a word of comfort or reassurance. Or maybe your talent lies in finding out things, discovering new ways to tackle the job. Pharmacists ...

  • Why study civil engineering?

    Posted on Saturday, April 30, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    Civil engineering offers a flexible, well-rewarded and diverse career with the chance to work and travel all over the world. Our society would not work without civil engineering. Infrastructure supports our daily life – roads and harbours, railways and airports, hospitals, sports stadiums and schools, access to drinking water and shelter from the weather. Because it works, we take it for granted. ...

  • Postgraduate computing courses

    Posted on Saturday, April 30, 2022 by News TeamNo comments

    Computing is an increasingly popular subject for students. At the postgraduate level there are many options that students can take in order to find a computing course that suits their specific needs. We explore the various options. Student numbers have seen a massive expansion over the last ten years, most significantly in those undertaking postgraduate taught courses and research in computing. ...

  • Graduate Advice – Preparing to start your graduate job

    Posted on Friday, April 29, 2022 by Jane SunleyNo comments

    It makes sense to get yourself into the best possible state of mind and state of readiness before you start a new role. It will set you up to make a good start and to ‘be the best you can be’ at this particular time. If circumstances allow, take a break between jobs; even if it’s only a few days. This will provide an opportunity to clear your head, let go any ‘baggage’ from the old job and think ...