Having a job application rejected can be disheartening, especially when you know you’re plenty qualified for the role. But the most likely reason for this is that your CV didn’t grab the recruiter’s attention. By taking some time to strengthen your CV, you’ll stand a better chance of securing an interview next time. Andrew Fennell, founder … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2019
The hows and whys of volunteering at university
This might just be the understatement of the century, but students are busy. We work on assignments, reading, exams, lectures, reading, seminars, societies and activities, paid work, and more reading. So, how – and why – bother with volunteering? Continue reading
Transferring from the Integrated Masters to a BSc
Have you just been transferred to the BSc following your second year exam results? This blog is designed to help you adopt a positive mind-set if you are starting your final year earlier than you expected. Continue reading
How employers show that they want people like you!
Publisher Malcolm Forbes (publisher of Forbes magazine) once said that ‘diversity is the art of thinking independently together.’ Diversity is more than just a buzz-word, it can hold the key to fostering new ways of thinking, broadening a customer base and growing a business. Organisations can’t thrive and grow if everyone in them thinks and behaves … Continue reading