For students, finding a job after graduation is becoming more competitive. With advancements in technology, students no longer have a geographical advantage when applying for jobs in their area. With these advancements comes a change in the way jobs are posted and advertised. Guest blogger Vincent Karremans, Founder and Director of the on-line graduate careers …
The hours spent perfecting your CV and application have paid off and you’ve been invited for an interview – congratulations! But it’s not time to relax just yet, you still have one of the most important stages to come.
‘I never succeed at interviews…no-one is listening to my presentation…I’m not going to do well at this exam.’ If you have experienced these unhelpful and negative thoughts, mindfulness may help you to adopt a positive approach which can help you succeed in these potentially stressful situations.
Sian Winter graduated from the University of Warwick and is now a successful solicitor at Wooley & Co, a Divorce & Family Law Solicitors. Here, she describes how university shaped her career and also shares her experience of developing a career in this competitive sector, offering her tips for students who would like to work …
Welcome to what could be the three most exciting, challenging and enjoyable years of your life. A voyage of discovery awaits. Figuring out how a washing machine and dish-worker works. Understanding the tog rating system on a duvet. All valuable life skills.
A University of Warwick undergraduate offers further insight on how to take the first steps towards a career in investment banking. In his latest blog on this topic he shares his experience of perhaps the most realistic route into the industry, the Insight day and Spring week.
With hundreds of applicants per place for Spring weeks, internships and entry level jobs, investment banking is perhaps the most competitive sector in the graduate labour market. In this first of two blogs, a University of Warwick undergraduate shares his experience of the application process.