Monthly Archives: May 2016

Is learning a language while studying the key to a successful career?

While studying at university there are often programmes available to either combine a language with your main area of study or subsidised language classes available. This therefore provides an opportunity to adopt a new skill with little cost, but lots … Continue reading

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First year BU advertising student Emma Burden talks us through her placement week with local agency Bright Blue Day!

After taking part in a CV competition with Bright Blue Day, Emma and three other winners were offered a week’s internship at the local branding agency. As part of her internship Emma was asked to write a blog about her … Continue reading

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5 tips for tackling technical tests as part of a job interview

Advice from the JobCrowd on how to tackle technical tests as part of a job interview… Many companies include psychometric tests as part of their assessment process. These can either be undertaken during a wider assessment centre day or something … Continue reading

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Top 25 Law Firms according to Trainees

TARGETjobs Inside Buzz surveyed 1,240 current trainee solicitors and asked them to score 52 law firms according to prestige. We reveal the top 25 firms as voted for by graduates working in the legal profession… Read More

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