You may already be aware how to approach the graduate recruitment process to maximise your chances of success. However, having information hot off the press can help you to fine tune your approach in order to stand out from the competition.
There is a kind of student who can tell you with uncanny conviction exactly how far their career will have progressed by any date in the future. This may be towards their ultimate aim of becoming something like the CEO of a multi-national or a partner in an internationally respected law firm. Should we admire …
Nearly half of the graduate employers surveyed by the Association of Graduate Recruiters in 2017 indicated that job applicants lacked commercial awareness. But what is commercial awareness, why do students need it and how can they develop it?
My daughter is about to move into Year 2 and at a recent transition evening to let parents know more about what would be expected of the children next year, I was delighted to learn that her school promotes a ‘growth mindset’ in the classroom.
Does it frustrate you that others do not see you as you would really like them to? Sometimes we inadvertently present ourselves to others in ways that do not reflect our best self. We may talk ourselves and our achievements down, avoid drawing attention to ourselves or not take part in things that would be good for …
At UK universities 2nd year Integrated Masters undergraduates who do not achieve the required results in their core modules may be transferred by their departments to a 3 year BSc degree. This often unexpected course change can have a significant impact on the career plans and confidence of those students.
You have finally finished University – life beyond ‘the Warwick bubble’ beckons. You should be fired up with excitement but your results weren’t quite what you’d hoped. Instead of getting that magic 2:1 you’ve got the dreaded 2:2.