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To Master’s or not to Master’s, what is the value proposition?
Job market / Warwick

To Master’s or not to Master’s, what is the value proposition?

In 2013/14 168,000 students entered taught master’s programmes in the UK compared with 107,000 in 2002/3. If more students are choosing further study, there must be good reason, right? You would hope that you would enjoy the course itself but beyond this, if you are spending between £3,400 and £25,000+ you might also hope that … Continue reading

Effective job applications – the importance of grammar
Applications

Effective job applications – the importance of grammar

The speed with which employers assess applications is well-documented, you may only have up to 30 seconds to make a good impression. You could be the ideal candidate but if the first thing an employer sees is a poorly prepared application, with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, it suggests an applicant who is not really motivated and … Continue reading

The Graduate recruitment process- what to expect
Applications / Interviews / Job market

The Graduate recruitment process- what to expect

Autumn is upon us and the large graduate recruitment fairs are in full-swing, signalling that the latest cycle in graduate recruitment has started! If you are new to the recruitment process used by graduate employers to recruit their interns, graduate recruits and industrial placements, what can you expect? The Autumn term is the peak time … Continue reading