Guest blog written by Miles Thorp, digital Director at Banana Moon, personalised clothing company So, the hunt begins. How are you feeling? Overwhelmed? Excited? Stressed? I remember feeling all the above when I was looking for a placement. Feeling like someone slapped me round the face every time I got rejected and oh boy, there … Continue reading Guest blog: Finding a placement
Guest blog written by Jessica Murray, Content Creator at Debut Thinking about applying for a placement year? Wise decision, my friend. A placement year is a sure fire way to build your network, develop some valuable skills and graduate from university with experience that will make you super employable. But while that’s all well and … Continue reading Guest blog: How to fast-track your placement year application
Guest blog written by: Jane Dowson, Student Recruitment Advisor at EY Why do you want to work for our company?” – What are employers looking for when they ask this question? It’s a question that you’re going to hear for years to come when you enter the world of employment. “Why do you want to … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Why do you want to work for this company?
Guest blog written by Matt Anerich, Content Writer at Inspiring Interns It can be a scary time of the year, with exams and the impending world of graduate careers starting to open up. But you’ll be surprised how becalming taking some steps towards applications can be. The most important tip? Start doing them! You’ll learn … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: A guide to graduate job applications
Careers blog written by Jo Gee, York Award Restructuring Officer As the deadline for York Award applications from 2016 graduates approaches (Friday 22 January 5pm!) it can be difficult to find the best way to articulate all the skills you have developed and still stick to answering the questions asked. You have probably got so … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Putting pen to paper – York Award applications (for 2016 grads)
Student blog written by Grace Winpenny, TFTV BBC PTS Application Process - from the VRT to the first round of interviews! The Verbal Reasoning Test I was extremely surprised to receive an invitation to complete the VRT around mid-January 2015. We had a week to complete the test and had the opportunity to do practice … Continue reading STUDENT BLOG: Applying to the BBC
Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Resources Manager, Careers Thank you to all those who have applied for the York Award this term. It's always heartening to see lots of final year students, who have been involved with so many activities during their time at York, and who recognise the value of the Award. … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Planning ahead or cutting it fine?
Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Resources Manager, Careers It’s that time of year again. No, we don’t mean Christmas – we’re talking about York Award application time. Each year in late Autumn Term the application form is available for Final Year undergrads to access and begin the process of completing it in time … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Applying for the York Award
Registration is open for the Psychology4Graduates event at Kensington Town Hall on 3 December 2014. The event is tailored towards soon to be, or recent graduates considering a career in psychology, and highlights the career opportunities available to psychology graduates, with a focus on the routes to becoming a Chartered Psychologist. There will also be … Continue reading Psychology4Graduates
Commercial and chancery barristers 11 Stone Buildings are offering two information sessions for students applying for pupillage through the Pupillage Gateway System. The sessions are taking place on 11th and 18th March 2014 at their offices in London. Spaces are limited, so if you would like to attend, please send an email to Fiona Casling … Continue reading 11 SB Pupillage information evening