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How to close an interview

Tue, 26 Jul 2016 09:08:19 +0000

                  ‘So, have you got any questions for us?’ If you’ve had an interview any time in the last century, you know this question is inevitable.  Ironically, having made it through all the questions fired at you, many people find this section the most challenging part of […]

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Four developments that might radically change the graduate jobs market

Mon, 04 Jul 2016 15:19:59 +0000

Guest blog post by Inspiring Interns. The UK graduate jobs market of 2016 looks significantly different from that of just ten years ago, and it looks set to continue changing dramatically and at pace. Here we examine four potential developments – in the government’s Higher Education policy, in Britain’s status, and in technology – that […]

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No grad scheme? What now?

Fri, 17 Jun 2016 11:23:22 +0000

Image taken from russellstreet It’s June. By now most of you will know whether or not you bagged that elusive grad scheme place. If you did, congrats, because grad schemes are notoriously competitive, and they’re pretty cool in many ways; you’ll get a set training scheme with lots of institutional support, you’ll have a big […]

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UCL Graduates: Left UCL in the last two years?

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 access to specialist one-to-one coaching from careers consultants experienced with dealing with recent leavers, a suite of careers-related workshops designed specifically for the issues of the graduate job seeker plus the same range of services, (including the employer events programme), from 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.

If you are still studying at UCL, please return to our main site for information on what we offer...

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Now you've left UCL, 30 minute appointments are available to discuss next steps whatever they might be and provide support in a range of areas... Our team of 6 graduate specialist careers consultants are available throughout the week and you can speak to someone in person, by phone or skype...

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Graduates: What we do

What we do

As a recent UCL graduate, you still have access to a wide range of careers resources, job sites, recruitment, networking and skills development events / workshops plus specialised one-to-one careers coaching appointments. Watch this short video for more detail.

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