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What’s happening in Graduate recruitment? (May 2021)

It seems like there are several potentially conflicting reports each day about the prospects for students and graduates, and lots of different messages about the labour market. This is no surprise – there isn’t a consistent picture for each sector,…

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Collaborative Problem-Solving for a Better Tomorrow: Uniting the Personal and the Professional

Collaborative Problem-Solving for a Better Tomorrow: Uniting the Personal and the Professional

Now that I’m nearing the end of my degree and soon about to embark on a journey of securing full-time work, I find myself thinking often about why people choose to do what they do. A crucial element of any…

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Fully funded internships for autistic students – employers wanted

The University of Westminster is pleased to be working in partnership with Ambitious about Autism and Santander Universities to deliver the Employ Autism Higher Education Network. We are looking for employers who can offer an eight-week summer internship to an autistic student. Employers…

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Online resources to support your career right now

Many organisations are going to great lengths to provide additional online support to students and graduates during these challenging times. Here is a round-up of some of the resources which are provided by these organisations, and how they might benefit…

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Looking for a part-time job?

Looking for a part-time job? (Updated monthly!)

Let’s be honest.. Studying in London can be expensive and we always get queries about finding part-time work! The good news is that money aside, doing a part-time job also improves your employability skills; and London provides the perfect opportunities to…

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A three-day virtual fieldtrip at the UN

A three-day virtual fieldtrip at the UN

I was accepted to attend a three-day virtual fieldtrip organized by Sahar and Irene. In the early morning of day one, we were introduced to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, where we learned about the establishment of the EU countries…

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Going Digital – Coronavirus Update

We take the wellbeing of our staff, students and local communities very seriously and, as such, following the most recent advice from the government, we have decided to suspend all face to face contact until further notice. Please don’t worry!…

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Class of 2020 & 2021 Early Careers support

Resources for getting a graduate job in 2021

Since the pandemic hit the UK in March 2020, it’s been hard to find much positive news about jobs for students and graduates. Now, however, we’re beginning to hear about more positive signs for the Summer. Unlike in a “normal”…

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Routes you can take after graduating with a bachelor’s degree.

Routes you can take after graduating with a bachelor’s degree.

At the beginning of March, I had a chance to participate in three days long virtual fieldtrip. It took me all across the world from Bangladesh through Europe to New York. I had a chance to meet professionals working for…

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How to find work as an online content creator (guest blog from TutorHouse)

How to find work as an online content creator

When I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2019 with a degree in English Literature, I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do. I’d always loved writing and reading but I didn’t know much about the careers…

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