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Is a job in the media industry for you?

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 11:14:50 +0000

Has the Media industry caught your eye as the next step after your degree? This week we are putting the spotlight on this diverse and exciting sector. Perhaps you already know that PR is for you, or are you considering which role might suit you best within Publishing? Perhaps you have already tried your hand […]

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Stranger Careers Advice

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 15:45:27 +0000

You may now enter The Upside Down. #StrangerThings is now streaming. pic.twitter.com/ZdrCsvDIFM — Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) October 27, 2017 What did you get up to this weekend? I stayed in and binge-watched series 2 of Stranger Things. I know, I know, I’m a little behind. I could pretend the delay was due to my active […]

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Working in the Arts; what is considered the ‘arts’?

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 10:19:46 +0000

The ‘arts’ sector includes job opportunities in a wide range of areas including: – Architecture -Museums, galleries and libraries -Fashion -Music, performing and visual arts -Film, TV and Radio Employment in the arts industry – according to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) – is growing at more than four times than the […]

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  • Graduates from non-UoL universities may have continued access to your own University Careers Service - contact them directly for more information. 
  • CoSector - The University of London: Provides a range of professional development courses, developed and facilitated by their approved consultants. This is a commercial service aimed at graduates / professionals from any university at any stage in their career.
  • The National Careers Service: A free service provided by the UK government. The website offers information on careers, applications and CVs, and courses. You can get advice from careers advisors by telephone, email or webchat. You can also arrange an appointment in person.

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