Exams are over! But you might be wondering … what next? Firstly, don’t panic! We’ve heard almost 50% of UK undergraduates enter their final year of study not knowing what they want to do next… so you are not alone! We see lots of students at this time of year who don’t have a career in … More Career choice – top tips from Careers Consultants
Summer is soon upon us, and you may be wondering what to do with the weeks of holiday time coming up. For those hoping to work in a different country to that of their current residence, or students hoping to study abroad in the coming terms, this post is for you. So, you want to … More So, you want to work/study abroad, what next? And why do it?
Sometimes it feels as though there isn’t enough time in the day to get everything done, so it’s easy to put things off and find distractions. Particularly if they seem, let’s be honest, a little bit daunting or like hard work. Job hunting can often fall into this category, which can feel overwhelming and can … More Procrastinating with your job hunt?
December has been and gone and the cold, hard reality of January is now upon us all. It is rarely an easy time of year, but throw in the added pressures of a graduate job hunt and it can be particularly hard to get motivated, to stay motivated and to remain positive. Of course, everyone’s … More How to stay positive with your job hunt in the New Year
In difficult economic times such as these, UK graduates could find themselves struggling to find a job. Consequently, working abroad might seem like a more attractive and viable option. But before you get applying, there are a few things you might want to consider. Choosing a country From a casual browse of the internet, you … More Guest blog: How to find work abroad
My name is Avenesh Mahtani and I graduated from QMUL’s School of Business and Management in 2010 with 1st Class Honours. Since 2010, I have been working as a teacher in Germany. Below I share some of my advice for anyone considering expatriating to Europe’s largest economy: Learn The Language: Many native English speakers are … More Graduate story: Tips on living and working in Germany
Starting your career after UG or PG studies can be daunting and stressful. Applying to graduate schemes, internships, and entry level positions is time-consuming and it can be difficult to decide what types of companies to apply to. The general route for work post-graduation is often to seek placement at one of the large corporations … More What is an SME? And why should you apply?