How can you create a work placement opportunity to improve your sector knowledge and gain valuable experience? Second year BA Business and Management student Cameron Fairbank tells us how he secured this chance. Continue reading Placement Insights – Henley student shows entrepreneurial mindset
Having problems virtually networking, especially with the issues of COVID19? We talk you through how to update your socials to use them, tips for networking, things to avoid and some advice from our consultants at Henley. Continue reading Virtual Networking Tips
A good working schedule is very important for every student because it will set up your university career, as well as prepare you for the professional world. However, it’s not always as easy for everyone to automatically develop a good working schedule, but that is ok! This blog will help break down the most important factors of developing a good work schedule for you to then follow. Continue reading How can you Develop a Good Work Schedule?
Are you looking to get into the Sales or Commercial sector but having some problems? This blog breaks it down for you by discussing what areas can you go into, what skills you would need and where to find some graduate roles! Continue reading Looking to go into the Commercial and Sales Sector?
Are you unsure about pursuing a Masters in a different subject to your Undergrad? Don’t be! By the end of this blog, you will feel confident in applying for whatever Masters you are passionate to do and have an eagerness to learn about. Lots of undergrad degrees provide students with transferable skills that they can take further in whatever subject, or even career path, so you would be able to apply to do a Business Masters from a humanity degree. Continue reading Thinking of Pursuing a Business/Management Postgrad from a Humanity Undergrad?
Job applications and interviews can be challenging and draining, and can make you doubt yourself. Here are seven strategies to go through them with confidence. Continue reading Seven Ways to Manage Job Applications and Interviews Confidently
It’s inevitable that in your next job interview, you will be asked if you have any questions for the interviewer.
Saying “no”, or asking something you should already know could make you sound uninterested, unprepared and unengaged. So make sure you have some ready! Continue reading What questions should I ask in a job interview?
“Tell me about yourself.” It’s often one of the first questions in an interview. But what exactly are your interviewers looking for when they ask you to tell them about yourself? Continue reading How should I answer the question ‘tell me about yourself?’ in an interview?
We’ve all been there. Your job has become stale and uninteresting. You’re under increasing pressure to deliver more with less. People are coming and going, the culture is shifting. It’s not quite what it once was. You know you don’t want to stay in this role (possibly not even this organisation) for much longer. But it’s not the right time to jump ship… So what do you do? Continue reading How to Move Forward when you Feel Stuck
Are you analytical and like jobs that require extra attention to detail? Then accountancy might be for you. However, have a read of this blog that will tell you everything to expect when applying to accountancy firms and graduate schemes, including different areas you can go into and what leading employers are out there.
Continue reading Looking To Go into The Accounting Sector?
Many of you will be moving onto new graduate or placement roles, for some of you this will be your first job, or maybe it will be your first job working in a new “virtual” way. We have all had to adapt and develop our working and study style due to Covid, it has caused employers to become more agile and keep businesses going despite … Continue reading 6 Top tips on home working