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Alice Lui’s Festival Experience at Science Museum
Sat, 30 Apr 2016 15:46:33 +0000
Internships, placements, work shadowing….when it comes to selecting a career they’re all great ways to ‘try before you buy’. Some UCL PhD programmes contain a mandatory placement period, a few months where students must do something unrelated to their research. These prove invaluable to the students involved, so in this UCL Careers Researchers series of posts […]Read more...
Performance Marketing Reconciliations Analyst: Inspire Me
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 09:53:43 +0000
As part of our #UCLInspireMe series, Sophie Neal talks to us about her role at NMPi, an award-winning digital agency in Islington. Sophie graduated from UCL with an MSci in Physics in 2015 and now works as a Performance Marketing Reconciliations Analyst. Here she shares some tips for UCL students who want to get into […]Read more...
Can Social Media Get You a Job?
Tue, 26 Apr 2016 11:27:54 +0000
Image taken from Justien Van Zele Have you seen that new Scapchat filter that makes the bottom of your face really thin so you have a huge forehead and a teeny tiny pin mouth? Yeah, well that particular bit of social media probably isn’t going to help you get a job. But believe it or […]Read more...
In addition to collecting our own feedback on your experiences of using UCL Careers to help us improve the services we provide, many organisations conduct market research/opinion polling on a local or national level to gain information on student experiences whilst at University.
These surveys often include research into areas surrounding graduate employment and though the purpose of individual surveys and how their results are published varies immensely, they can be a good way of getting your thoughts and feedback out to a wider audience.
Please note however that as neither UCL Careers nor UCL have any involvement with these surveys or control over any data that you submit to external organisations, we strongly recommend for your own benefit that you read and are happy with any terms and conditions relating to these surveys before completing them.
National Student Survey - NSS
The twelfth annual National Student Survey (NSS) is open between 11 January and 30 April 2016. As you near the end of your studies, we hope you will take this opportunity to tell us about your course and your time at your university or college — both what you liked and what you think could be improved. Your feedback will be used to compile comparative data for your course, which will be published to help prospective students decide where and what to study. Your institution and students' union will also use this information to better understand the experience of its students and to help inform change. The NSS is run by http://www.ipsos-mori.com/ on behalf of the UK Higher Education funding bodies. We are an independent market research agency, so please be assured that you and your answers will remain anonymous at all times.
Submit feedback at: www.thestudentsurvey.com BEFORE 30 April 2016.
What's your Career Type?
Have you started thinking about your career?
Take the Universum Career Test to:
- Discover your Career Type
- Find out how you compare to other students
- Generate employers that match you best
Click the link to begin:https://career-test.com/s/ucl
The Universum Career Test is the largest career tool in the wolrd, used by over one million students annually.
Your results are confidential, and kept anonymous, by law. The overall findings are used to improve the global work environment.
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