Sometimes it can feel as though getting into the world of book editing is an impossible task. According to Bustle, publishing can be a “tough field to break into.” It is an overwhelming industry but a desirable one for those with a love of books and proofreading. Like many, as an aspiring editor, you’re likely … More Guest Blog: 6 Things to do While You Wait to Land Your Dream Editing Job
Christian Hirsekorn – 3rd year Economics & Finance Student & President of QMTIS My name is Christian and I’m in my final semester of my BSc Economics & Finance degree. If you’re keen on breaking into the Investment Banking industry, keep on reading: Some background about me… I did a two and a half year … More Student story: Breaking into Investment Banking
You have to admit that it’s nicely vague. So what exactly does it involve? If one had to define “working in policy”, it would be as a fusion of research, consulting and advice, often morphing into something dangerously adjacent to PR. Policy advisers provide the foundations and structure for decisions that are high- level and … More Working in Policy
Considering a career in publishing? Impeccably written English, an error-free CV and some relevant work experience will all help you to gain your first job in this competitive industry. However, you’ll also need determination and a thick skin, as the number of applicants hugely outweighs the number of jobs on offer. Editorial roles are the … More Guest blog: Seven Cracking Careers in Publishing
You may have heard about the NHS Scientist Training Programme (STP), seen as one of the main professional options for science graduates wanting to work in healthcare. Applications are now open (until 12th February 2018). So is it one of the options for you to consider after you graduate, and if so how best should you … More NHS Scientist Training Programme (STP) – Is it for me?
The Bar is an infamously difficult and competitive career choice. The Bar Council, the industry’s regulatory body, even goes so far as to post a ‘Health Warning’ prominently on its website in an attempt to deter potential future barristers from wasting money on the BPTC (Bar Professional Training Course). This is no standard career path. … More Guest blog: How to become a barrister
Applications are now open for teaching courses for next academic year. Find out more about the different training options and funding available, as well as that you might be able to teach more subjects that you had thought. What are the different ways to become a teacher? There are two different routes to qualifying to … More Getting into teaching – new routes in and subject options available