If you’ve read our how to format your graduate CV you’ll know the next step is the all important interview. As you’ve been at University for the past 3+ years, you may not be familiar with the types of questions you’ll be asked, so we’ve listed 9 common interview questions you may be faced with,
You’re close to graduating, so now is the time to get your graduate CV in order, if you haven’t had a chance to already! You may have worked part-time, volunteered, completed a gap year, or took part in a placement year. Or, you may have dedicated yourself fully to your studies, any which way your
Human resources is one of the fastest growing areas for graduate placements. If you are a graduate, or graduating soon, you may be interested in exploring this diverse and fast changing area. Joining a business as a graduate trainee, after an initial introduction to the broad basics this will often lead to specialisation in HR
Decided that you don’t want to follow a career in psychology but wondering what to do with a psychology degree? We’re here to help you. The skills you have gained from your degree open up many career paths for you, even if it doesn’t seem like it! Intrigued? Read on about our top 4 picks.
If you’ve just completed a tech-based degree, the number of career paths open to you can be overwhelming. Whether you studied computer science, game development, software engineering or something else, your skills are highly sought after by employers. In this post, we highlight some of the options for what to do with an IT degree.
If you’re looking to expand your team, fill a position or get some temporary assistance during the Summer months, graduates are the ones to hire! Not only are they immediately available, they bring valuable skills to your business and provide a great return on investment. If you’re unsure of whether hiring a grad is the best