To Master’s or not to Master’s, what is the value proposition?
Job market / Warwick

To Master’s or not to Master’s, what is the value proposition?

In 2013/14 168,000 students entered taught master’s programmes in the UK compared with 107,000 in 2002/3. If more students are choosing further study, there must be good reason, right? You would hope that you would enjoy the course itself but beyond this, if you are spending between £3,400 and £25,000+ you might also hope that … Continue reading

How to crack strengths-based interviews-part 2
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How to crack strengths-based interviews-part 2

Since I last wrote about Strengths, (How-to-crack-strengths-based-interviews ) there has been a steady increase in the number of organisations using Strengths-based recruitment in order to determine which candidates will be the best fit. According to the Association of Graduate Recruiters, around 40% of top graduate recruiters are now using a strengths-based approach. It’s therefore important … Continue reading

Should I graduate with a BSc or an Integrated Masters degree…?
Job market / Warwick

Should I graduate with a BSc or an Integrated Masters degree…?

This is a question that an increasing number of undergraduate students are asking careers consultants and personal tutors as a result of the increase in tuition fees in 2012. Integrated Masters programmes are enhanced undergraduate degrees and according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency, they have significantly increased in popularity (particularly in the natural sciences) … Continue reading