There is a popular misconception held about studying science and what potential careers you can go in to. Conducting experiments, clinical research, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals are all well-known areas that a degree in science can lead to. But there is more to science than this…fashion! Have you ever thought about the major role that science … More Science is more fashionable than you think!
‘My name is Ruby Javid, and I graduated from Computer Science at Queen Mary in 2012. Last year I joined RecWorks as a Research Assistant, because although I studied Computer Science I didn’t want to be a software developer, yet still wanted to work in Tech/IT. The reason I didn’t want to be a software … More What I did with my Computer Science degree
Many students are interested in this kind of role, but would like to know more about the skills required, how competitive the job market and what kind of roles these organisations offer. We asked students which company we should talk to, and Psi-Star, the Queen Mary Physics Student Society, replied “IBM”. By a stroke of … More Working for a big tech company
Marketing, advertising and PR are the most popular fields among new graduates according to a recent survey by High Fliers. But don’t be discouraged if this is an area you’re keen on breaking into, as it is also one sector which is employing a lot of new graduates. Here are a number of things you … More How to market yourself for a career in advertising and PR