A very common misconception is that London is the be-all and end-all when it comes to city centre living in the UK. This is not the case.
Interns & Graduates
The journey from student life to the workplace can be both thrilling and challenging. We’re here to help you seize opportunities, make informed decisions, and pave a promising path toward your career aspirations.
Working abroad offers a multitude of benefits, from cultural enrichment and personal growth to career advancement and language acquisition.
Finishing university can feel like a strange point in your life. You’re likely filled with a mix of emotions as you look to the future and begin to tackle a host of questions and decisions.
Time at university has absolutely flown by and now you’re left with the daunting task of having to find a graduate job in a tough and competitive job market. Don’t fret. We’re here to give you a little advice to help steer you in the right direction.
Graduate media, digital and marketing positions will continue to be in high demand across various creative sectors as media material is increasingly in demand from digital video subscription services like Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and Apple TV.
A recent study by the ISE (Institute of Student Employers) has found that graduates lack the workplace and technical skills that employers require. What are these and what can you do to show you have them? Or, how can you get them?
After spending years of studying, adapting to life after university can be a difficult task but it doesn’t have to be.
When starting your job search it’s possible that you’ll have to decide between small and large employers when pursuing a new job.
Whether you’ve already graduated or are in your final year at university, you might be feeling many mixed emotions, from daunted to overwhelmed, nervous and even excited.