Earlier this year, a research report attempting to identify factors leading to graduate success was published by The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. ‘Planning for success: Graduates’ career planning and its effect on graduate outcomes’ surveyed 7,500 graduates across 27 Higher Education Institutions. The research explored the importance of different behaviours, characteristics and factors important in determining … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Networking and other horrors – overcoming common graduate fears
If you are a recent graduate or finalist asking yourself that all-important question, ‘what am I supposed to do now?’ take solace in knowing that you are not the only one feeling this way. Rest assured, it’s not a time to panic. Guest blogger Lucy Farrington-Smith from Inspiring Interns offers advice on some important aspects of … Continue reading
What can I do with a degree in history?
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 … Continue reading
What is a Creative 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. Continue reading