Monthly Archives: November 2012

Reading Hour, Book Week and related careers…….

I’ve been trying to work out whether I’ll get away with taking part in The Reading Hour tomorrow at 11 am, as part of Book Week Scotland. However, my interviewee may be less than impressed with the service if I just … Continue reading

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Hold the front page…..explore a career in journalism……

A recent edition of  Guardian Careers had a useful article on the changing nature of journalism careers, and how to succeed, including: building your experience – making sure you have a publishing record via involvement in student publication or broadcasting, developing your own blog etc keeping … Continue reading

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Flying Rhinos and other work experience opportunities …..

Browsing the upcoming events in the Careers Service for the rest of semester, I was startled by reference to Flying Rhinos (flying pigs, yes, but rhinos?!). Further investigation revealed this to be an opportunity to get involved with conservation projects via the organisation ‘On … Continue reading

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Further Study – in the US?

The USA has hit the media bigtime recently, with debates, elections, hurricanes, and  more. If this has made you curious and interested to find out more about studying there, it helps to start thinking about it as far as possible in … Continue reading

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Job Hunting and Social Media

Once upon a time, if you were looking for a job at the end of your studies, you’d look in the specialist graduate job directories or the classified section of the newspapers or relevant journals, run through the adverts, and … Continue reading

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We advisers see many a CV from students of all different diciplines, with sections on sporting interest, involvement and success. Come along to this event to find out how this can have a positive influence on your career.

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