We asked some of the grads on our books: what was the weirdest or funniest interview experience you ever had? The answers were hilarious (and sometimes downright worrying). Here are some of our favourites!
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.
Innovate Finance's Head of Policy and Regulation, Dan Morgan, explains why FinTech must be on your watchlist of exciting new sectors to explore.
Charlotte Green, a Business Management student from Cardiff University, gives us the lowdown on why the Welsh capital is the very best place to be a student in Britain.
Job search successful. Tick. Bright eyed and bushy tailed. Ish. One month into your new role and already starting to feel overwhelmed? Let’s hope not.
You went on a gap year and now you’re looking to land your first graduate job.