Group discussions are a really common assessment exercise as they allow the recruiter to see how you interact with others and work as part of a team – essential skills in pretty much any job. You are not in direct competition with your fellow candidates, so aim for a collaborative, not competitive, approach in group discussions. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Do you want to work for the EU?
What sort of people enjoy working for the EU? Could you be one of them? The EU is a real draw for Warwick students, but there’s often a gap between perception and reality and the application process is not for the faint-hearted. Give yourself the best chance of success by finding out what’s really involved. … Continue reading
Resilience is the key to career success
Successful people don’t sidestep failure; they accommodate it, cope with it and move on. That’s not to say you shouldn’t nurse your bruised ego and retreat for a few days but don’t allow failure or rejection to define you. Continue reading
Getting into radio, film & TV…
We recently held a job sector event covering careers in radio, film and TV careers and first year Film & Literature student, Rachel Elfassy Bitoun, popped along to glean the insider view… Continue reading