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A Job: Essential for being a student?

Having listened to Episode 1 of this podcast, 99% Perspiration, by the award-winning Jay Sykes, it got me thinking.

Volunteering is something that is thrust towards students when they start as a fresher and throughout their university career. 489 more words


Meet the Team: Training Manager Suad

This week’s meet the team focusses on our Bristol Training Manager, Suad! Thanks for completing Suad, we found it a very interesting read.

Tell us a bit about yourself… 209 more words

Getting Experience in Marketing

Richard Branson claims “The best way of learning about anything is by doing”, and he’s not wrong. Students who gain practical skills from employment roles achieve higher grades, as well as being more successful in graduate recruitment. 573 more words


8 Things People Forget To Put On Their CV

There’s a lot of information that needs to go on your CV, and so it’s easy to forget really vital parts. Sometimes, that can be the difference between getting an interview and not getting one. 578 more words


University Language Scheme: Do I or Don't I?

As a student, I’m constantly in the mindset of “will this experience help me or help others in some way?”. I’ve stuck with this mindset ever since I realised that I was taking on too many things at university. 349 more words


3 ways to use Gradintel

Already got a Gradintel profile, or thinking of signing up, and want to know what you can do once you log in? Here’s a quick rundown of the ways in which you can use your profile: 583 more words


PwC received its highest ever number of applications - A fresh approach to Graduate recruitment?

Multinational professional services network, PwC, have decided to take new approach to recruitment this year, by scrapping UCAS points as an entry criteria. As a result of this decision they have received a record number of applications, with more than 41,000 students applying to 2,000 graduate, school leaver, paid internship and work placement positions. 528 more words