Monthly Archives: February 2015

Thinking about a first year ‘insight’ scheme? What you need to know…

Myth busting blog article from the University of Warwick about what first year ‘insight’ schemes offered by employers are REALLY about and the benefits they bring… Read More

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How to find an ethical place to work in seven steps

Looking for a company that shares your values isn’t easy. Guardian Careers have rounded up their best advice from a recent live chat…. Read More

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Find out what questions teachers are asked at interview…

Applying for a teaching job? Browse the Guardian Newspaper readers’ tips to find out what questions they’ve faced in interviews… Read More

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How to write a winning application for your postgraduate course

Jo Moyle, careers counsellor at Oxford Brookes University’s Careers and Employment Centre, explains how you can write a great application for your postgrad course…. Read More

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A graduate job hunter’s guide to using LinkedIn

Joining professional network LinkedIn is a great way to increase your online presence as part of your graduate job hunt. Target Jobs explains more… Read More

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How to write a CV for graduate advertising, marketing and PR jobs

CVs are a key part of the speculative application process. We’ve put together some tips to help you stand out in the marketing, advertising and PR sector… Read More

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Making a successful teacher training application

Getting onto a teacher training course is competitive, so it’s important that you make the best application you possibly can. Here are some things to consider from Prospects… Read More

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