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Winning abroad: addressing Ireland’s struggle with foreign languages

A seminar was hosted on October 22nd, in the Royal College of Surgeons, by EIL Ireland on the subject of ‘Ireland’s Struggle with Foreign Languages,’ with input from academia, industry and graduates on the low priority which languages are given within the Irish education system and efforts to address this situation. 578 more words

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Changing the marketing message for women in Technology

When I hear someone in work talking about passion, ingenuity and creativity, I naturally assume I’m talking to someone from the BBC. Well I’m not. I’m talking to Shilpa Shah who is passionate about her job in Technology with business advisory firm Deloitte. 1,101 more words


Don't assume the worst!

The beginning of the autumn term always presents lots of challenges – some welcome and some less so! Ever had one of those weeks full of challenges and misunderstandings? 132 more words


LinkedIn for students and graduates

Whilst many students are quite savvy at using Facebook and Twitter, many are still unaware of the networking opportunities available to them via LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a great way to identify professionals and alumni working in your fields of interest. 333 more words


5 things not to include in your CV for the UK job market

Irrelevant personal information – date of birth, marital status etc

Lists – everything you mention needs to have an example to support it.

A photograph – unless you are applying for a role in the media. 75 more words


Final year students, falling confidence and why we won the Olympics

I remember where I was when President Kennedy was assassinated and when the Berlin wall fell. But where was I when Scotland was deciding on its future as a country? 785 more words


Grad Jobs Fair: 7th October 2014: What NOT to do

If you’re planning to attend our Graduate Jobs Fair on  7th October 2014 (and really, if you’re interested enough to be reading this blog post, you should be !) it’s worth thinking about a few potential pit falls that can be easily avoided. 424 more words

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