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Why last year’s participants think you should apply for Focus on Management 2015!
Thu, 26 Mar 2015 09:21:05 +0000
We contacted the students who participated in Focus on Management 2014 to see how they’ve been getting on since the course. We saw that they were thrilled on the last day of the course … but how has completing Focus on Management impacted them and their career? Here’s a selection of the responses we received: […]Read more...
Publishing: A world of Content Creation
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 09:25:27 +0000
Emma House, Director of Publisher Relations at The Publisher’s Association tells us why Publishing is an important sector. Book and Journal Publishing: one of the UK’s largest creative industries. It generates almost £5 billion for the UK economy; it brought us book-to-screen phenomena such as Harry Potter, Game of Thrones and Paddington Bear. If you […]Read more...
Career tips from an Editorial Assistant at the Royal Opera House
Thu, 19 Mar 2015 10:13:03 +0000
This blog post originally appeared on the Develop your Career blog Paul Kilbey, Editorial Assistant at the Royal Opera House, shares his experiences in Arts publishing. How did you get into your role? I’ve wanted to work in publishing for a long time. I studied music at university but was always more interested in writing […]Read more...
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Whether using information resources online or at the Careers Service, having a 1-1 Advice session or attending an event or workshop, the forms below will give us a clear idea of whether what you attended or used was useful and if there's anything we can do to improve our services.
Using the online forms below will help us analyse feedback quickly and effectively. They are quick and easy to complete and also anonymous so please be as open and honest as you like. The more detail you include with constructive suggestions the better...
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Alternatively, Suggestions Cards or paper versions of the above forms can be completed and handed in at the Careers Service.
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