You’ve just graduated. Congratulations! But sadly, starting your search for serious employment can seem a little daunting. Luckily, we can help.
Internships can be a great way to get experience. If you are finding it difficult to get a graduate job straight off the bat, then an internship will considerably fill out your CV.
Degree, done. Pretty exciting, right? You survived final year! Enjoy your success and get used to being called ‘The Graduate’.
At University you seem to be either one or the other. Either halfway to alcoholism with a diet that heavily features pizza, or a sports star who splits time between the library and the gym.
Andrew Scherer, BrighterBox's co-founder and author of the seminal classic Brilliant Intern, looks at how important it is to tailor your CV when applying for graduate jobs. Spoiler alert: it's easier than you think.
Unsure of what path to follow after graduation? Genevieve Kotarska, who completed an International Relations degree at the University of Exeter, has compiled some tips from her own experiences to help you plot your way to that perfect graduate job.
University of Leeds Classics graduate, Lydia, explains why she decided to leave the UK when she graduated - and how much it has benefitted her: both personally and professionally.
This week, current Liverpool student Mariel Rubinstein gives us the ten things you MUST do on Merseyside before you graduate.
If you went to the University of Leicester, brace yourself for a little wander down rose-tinted lane as UoL graduate Joshua Finch takes you through seven nostalgia-inducing things you're definitely missing.
You’ve survived those difficult first six months. Sales are starting to take off. Your workload – never exactly light – is increasing and shows no sign of slowing down. You eventually reach the conclusion: it’s time to take on another pair of hands.