An increasing number of graduate employers now screen candidates on social media and often reject applicants as a result of their ‘digital footprint.’ Guest blogger and University of Warwick Chemistry undergraduate, Manpreet Kaur, shares her perspective on how to manage your on-line presence to create the type of positive impression that will impress potential recruiters.
We all claim to be excellent communicators in our applications but how many of us really demonstrate this vital skill? And what do we even mean by communication?
At UK universities 2nd year Integrated Masters undergraduates who do not achieve the required results in their core modules may be transferred by their departments to a 3 year BSc degree. This often unexpected course change can have a significant impact on the career plans and confidence of those students.
You have finally finished University – life beyond ‘the Warwick bubble’ beckons. You should be fired up with excitement but your results weren’t quite what you’d hoped. Instead of getting that magic 2:1 you’ve got the dreaded 2:2.
If you have experienced any of the symptoms commonly associated with mental health issues, you are certainly not alone. 1 in 4 of us may experience this during our lifetime and it can be particularly acute for students, living independently for the first time without the emotional support of family and friends.
The Summer careers fair takes place at the University of Warwick on May 8th. Whether you are a first year or a finalist you will know that this is an event you can and perhaps should attend. Indeed, you often see employer events and think ‘why should I, what is the point in attending?’ Well…there …
So you’re able, you’ve got a list of experience as long as a freight train and a genuine interest in the sector. But you know that getting in is not going to be easy. Speakers at the recent ‘Getting into Government and Politics’ sector event run by Student Careers and Skills at the University of …