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Career’s Café: advice from Bangor graduates

In the next of our module sessions, we were given the opportunity to hear employment advice from Bangor University alumni in a ‘Careers Café’ event. This included five guest speakers who talked about their career path since graduating and offered us some top employment tips. 458 more words

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Work Experience

As part of my work experience I will be visiting Turton School, working with years 7 to 11 in the Graphics department. Some duties I will be involved in are mounting up work onto black card enabling them to be displayed. 513 more words

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Online Careers Courses

How to Choose a Career You’ll Love
Want a job that’s interesting and enjoyable but not sure what? Our new How to Choose a Career You’ll Love online interactive course will help you to explore what you want from your future working life. 406 more words

On CampUS Placements - apply now!

On CampUS placements offer you the chance to gain project-based work experience in an academic or professional services department here at the university.

Placements are offered in a number of different departments and include projects related to research, events, media, alumni engagement, curation of artefacts, marketing and theatre production. 33 more words

Top Ten: What makes a great Criminology course?

Teaching Criminology can be fun, exciting and engaging, but at the same time we can find it challenging, tiring and sometimes demoralising. Even if you take away institutional constraints and bureaucratic tape, the discipline itself poses great difficulties for lecturers today. 919 more words

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Employability in Digital Marketing

This is a bit of a follow on from my previous post on interview tips, except this is just for us Digital Marketers! At the end of last year Rob Twells, the Managing Director at Frogspark which is a Digital Marketing agency in Derby, came into one of my lectures to give a talk on SEO. 268 more words

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Personal branding and job hunting

Following on from our last blog post, giving tips for your creative job search, we would like to follow up by giving you some tips for your personal brand, and also presenting the idea of creating different brands for different types of work. 299 more words

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