Guest blog: How to make the most of your internship

Although they can get a bad rep, internships can be a really valuable thing in transitioning between university and the start of your career. Plus, not all internships are unpaid – an increasing number of employers are recognising the importance in providing a salary to their interns. However, like with all work, you really get … More Guest blog: How to make the most of your internship

QMentoring: Tips and tricks in how to sustain a healthy mentoring relationship

Rebecca Lau (QMentor) and Remmy Matthew Ddungu (Mentee) Often, we’ll see that some people are high performers in their role. They are very capable of doing a lot and generally can achieve above and beyond their own remit as well. However, unfortunately you can be a Steve Jobs for Apple – have great ideas, initiatives … More QMentoring: Tips and tricks in how to sustain a healthy mentoring relationship

Guest blog: Fine tune your job search process with these active job search techniques

The fire and enthusiasm you have at the beginning of a job search process can soon fizzle out, especially if every application you send fails to elicit the desired response. Often it is a failure to understand what recruiters and hiring managers are looking for and how they go about sourcing suitable candidates that causes … More Guest blog: Fine tune your job search process with these active job search techniques

Using LinkedIn to develop your network – 4 templates to get you started

LinkedIn is an amazing resource. It gives you access to the career history of millions of people around the world, many of whom have similar backgrounds or interests to you. It also makes real the possibility of actually communicating with these people to find out more about what they do now and their career journeys. … More Using LinkedIn to develop your network – 4 templates to get you started

Advice to international students looking to work in the UK after graduation

This is a tough time of year for international graduates. Many have enjoyed their time living and studying in the UK, making new friends and connections as well as achieving the necessary academic results to earn their degrees. The next step is often to explore how to extend this academic experience by applying for jobs. … More Advice to international students looking to work in the UK after graduation

Our QMentoring Success Story – The End of the Road

Sandeep Saib, QMentor (pictured right) During the six month mentoring process, both my mentee, Iqra Bari, and I have had a fantastic journey, which has indeed gone by so quick! I would only love to have more meet-ups and continue this relationship for years to come, come rain or shine! Overall, my main motive for … More Our QMentoring Success Story – The End of the Road