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5 books to further your career
Wed, 08 Jul 2015 10:55:12 +0000
This post orginially appeared on the Develop your Career blog Article written by Jake Pittman from Ph.Creative We all strive to be better in life, whether that means appearance to some or your personal life. However for most of us, our career is where we aim to improve most. And why not, a better career […]Read more...
PhD Archaeology Student/Tutor at The Brilliant Club: Inspire Me
Tue, 07 Jul 2015 09:43:37 +0000
As part of our #UCLInspireMe series, Vana Orfanou, Brilliant Club tutor and PhD student in Archaeology, talks to us about how she got this role and shares some tips for UCL students who want to get into the academic sector. How did you get into your role? I am a PhD Archaeology student at my […]Read more...
Getting your voice heard could land you a job
Fri, 03 Jul 2015 10:54:13 +0000
This post orginially appeared on the UCL Careers Researchers blog New research published in Psychological Science has shown that written job pitches pale in comparison to the spoken word. When scientists at the University of Chicago asked people, some of them professional recruiters, to evaluate student job pitches, they responded better to videos and voice […]Read more...
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When your course at UCL finishes, your access to careers support doesn't. For up to two years after you leave UCL you'll have continued access to the same range of services through UCL Careers that current students benefit from.
If you left UCL more than two years ago, our parent body, The Careers Group, provides continued support for professional development or career changers.
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