If you have got through to an assessment centre, well done! Give yourself credit for getting to this stage in the recruitment process. There are quite a number of parallels between a typical assessment centre and The Great British Bake Off (bear with me, read on…)
VR (Virtual Reality) has been adopted by at least one graduate recruiter (1), so it will be interesting to watch whether this will be an increasing trend in the future.
‘Tis the season to make the most of the opportunity to meet employers who are on campus for university careers fairs. So what can you expect and how can you make the most of a careers fair? If you’re an arts student looking for inspiration, should you bother?
The creative sector is a rapidly growing, dynamic and exciting industry to work in which currently adds £84 billion to the UK economy (1). It is also notoriously difficult to enter and highly competitive at graduate level. The value and importance of an internship in this industry to build a reputation and network with industry …
Ed Smith has established his career as a successful freelance videogame critic. Ed writes for a variety of publications including The Guardian and has worked as a full-time technology correspondent for International Business Times UK. Here is the first part of Ed’s advice on getting into writing.
Ed Smith, a Warwick Film and Television Studies graduate, continues to offer his insight on developing a career in writing for the games industry.
John Bond, Warwick Graduate, co-founder of whitefox and former MD at HarperCollins visited Warwick earlier this year to talk with students attending a LitBiz event. The title of this blog is shamelessly taken from Mike Shatzkin via John as it offers a new way of looking at a career area which remains incredibly popular, particularly with arts students.