At the Career Development Services, we work closely with students completing the Postgraduate Certificate in Employability course. In this Wisdom Wednesday post, Mike, a student at the University of Bradford on this course, discusses his views on Teamworking as inspired by the course.
In this blog article, Beca, a University of Bradford Student, tells us all about the benefits of doing a placement year.
Every week, we highlight a resource which you may find useful in your career planning. This week: links for Engineering and Informatics students.
Summer Experience at Bradford is a summer placement programme for University of Bradford students and local and regional businesses and organisations. In this blog article, one of our previous Summer Experience students, Alina, talks about what she gained from the programme.
Our Wisdom Wednesday post this week is brought to you from Eirini, one of our Careers Ambassadors, who reports back on what you can gain from attending a Careers Fair. Keep an eye on our website for updates as we plan the next May fair.
The Career Development Services Mentoring Programme is an opportunity for you to gain information, guidance and knowledge from professionals in a sector you are considering working in. But what do the Mentors actually do? Who are they? This blog post will give you an insight into how the programme can help you.
Our Spring Careers Fair is next Wednesday. In this Wisdom Wednesday blog post, our Outreach and Engagement lead intern, Abid, discusses why going to the fair is a great idea, and how you can prepare for to make the most of it.
On the 18th of March, from 10.30-3.30, we are holding our Spring Careers Fair in Student Central on City Campus. Here are a few reasons why you should attend!
Every Wednesday, we bring you tips and tricks to help you develop your employability and career. Today’s Wisdom Wednesday post is brought to your by our guest blogger Scarlett, and tackles the subject of how to keep calm during your graduate job hunt.
People often attribute their fame and fortune to a wide range of factors – hard work, useful contacts, or a lucky break. But is there a common denominator behind their success? And how can you achieve it?
Wisdom Wednesdays: Jobhunting – should you work for a local SME instead of a multinational corporation?
With many graduate schemes quickly closing their places for this years graduate intakes, Seb Atkinson from Selesti.com offers an alternative to applying to just the biggest employers in your job hunt.
500 million tweets are sent every day according to Twitter, and amongst the celebrity gossip, links to funny videos and pictures of dinners, there are actually some nuggets of extremely…