A A A

GradClub: What we do

What we do

Head of Specialist Factual, Reef Television : Inspire Me

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 15:51:14 +0000

As part of our #UCLInspireMe series, Ben Weston, Head of Specialist Factual, Reef Television,  talks to us about how he got this role and shares some tips for UCL students who want to get into the sector. How did you get your job?  After graduating with a BA in Music from Oxford University I tried […]

Read more...

Does Amazon hate the people that work there? Lessons for choosing your future employer carefully!

Mon, 24 Aug 2015 08:38:54 +0000

On 15th August, the New York Times published a damning story about the way Amazon treats its employees throughout their organisation. Amazon Cat – Creative Commons/Stephen Woods/Flickr.com   Here are a few of the practices that ex-employees expose in the article: –       In order to find the “right” way to do things you are encouraged […]

Read more...

Can you just ask for an Internship?

Thu, 20 Aug 2015 08:10:28 +0000

How do you get an internship? Is it as simple as just asking? I am a big fan of Casey Neistat’s (film maker, tech entrepreneur) YouTube vlogs, and recently he guested on another YouTube show (AskGaryVee). I wanted to share it because it shares some views on careers that I thought you might find interesting. […]

Read more...

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 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.

Register With Us...

Find a job

When you're not on campus every day, it's easy to miss things organised by UCL Careers. Register with us to make sure you're always up to date with what's going on...

Find out more >>>

ID Card

careerplanningnew

To make use of any services offered through UCL Careers as a recent graduate, you'll need some form of UCL ID which confirms that you completed your course within the last two years...

Find out more >>>