If this is a question you have asked yourself during your degree, the good news is that history produces individuals who are well equipped with a multitude of skills and are able to enter a diverse number of careers. Post-history professional achievement is about a combination of factors, from degree classification and making informed career …
The University of Warwick’s Creative Industries event takes place tomorrow evening. It may provide the insight and inspiration to help you take that first step towards a career in publishing, writing, television or any of the other exciting industries in this sector.
One of the significant skills you may have to develop as you make the transition to university and living independently is the ability to manage your time effectively. Chemistry student and guest blogger Manpreet shares her experience and offers advice to help you succeed in your studies.
You have the idea, you have the talent, you have the commitment – but you don’t have the money. A familiar cry in the creative industries. Everyone needs financial support to get projects off the ground, whether they be short films, small craft products, art works or the written word. How do you get started …
An increasing number of graduate employers now screen candidates on social media and often reject applicants as a result of their ‘digital footprint.’ Guest blogger and University of Warwick Chemistry undergraduate, Manpreet Kaur, shares her perspective on how to manage your on-line presence to create the type of positive impression that will impress potential recruiters.
If you are a physics student struggling to make sense of the variety of options your degree offers, why not make a start by researching some of the typical (and surprising) career destinations of other physicists?
We all claim to be excellent communicators in our applications but how many of us really demonstrate this vital skill? And what do we even mean by communication?