Exams are over, the sun is out, you’ve been enjoying the feeling of freedom and relief but now the panic is starting to set in. It’s time to find a job but you don’t know where to start. You’ve sent off a few CVs but you haven’t heard anything back and it’s all getting a … More Worried about getting a job?
Our Careers Consultants can help! You don’t need to know what job you want to do and you don’t even need to have specific questions to ask. Even if you are feeling a bit fed up or worried about your future options, or just want to check you are on the right track, a chat … More Feeling lost and confused about your career?
Hearing what other graduates are up to can be helpful if you are not sure what to do after graduation: What Are You Doing After Graduation?
If you are approaching the end of your degree and you don’t have a clear idea about your future career, then here are a few words of advice and reassurance. You are not alone. Your friends may all be sorted with jobs or be going on to postgrad courses, but it is very common for … More An uncertain future – finishing your degree and not sure what to do?
This post originally appeared on the Careers Group blog. Whether you’re a medical student or a foundation trainee, the prospect of divorcing yourself from a world you’ve (heavily) invested in is a huge one. In order to be sure of making the right decision in the first place, Year 11 and 12 students spend time … More Want to leave the world of medicine?
Some students feel that there is no obvious direction leading from their degree. Others feel that they want a change from their subject. Many graduate careers do not have particular degree subject requirements – recruiters are more interested in your skills (e.g. leadership, commercial awareness, analytical skills or numerical ability).This means there could be more … More You have so many options!
This is a guest post from James Rice, Head of Digital Marketing at WikiJobs. According to the annual QS World University Rankings published in November, London is the third-best city in the world to be a student (behind only Paris and Melbourne). Not only that, but it came first in the categories for university rankings … More Is London really one of the world’s best cities for graduates?