Monthly Archives: December 2013

‘Careering through Christmas’ 2

As with films, if something’s good, it’s worth repeating! So here’s a very similar message to one I posted this time last year! (You just cant get too much of a good thing….!?) The end of semester and the year … Continue reading

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Tap into ideas for publishing, writing, film and a whole lot more via IdeasTap

Browsing through information about what Edinburgh PPLS grads go on to do when they leave us, I frequently come across mention of publishing-related roles and courses, and not just for LEL grads either – across the whole of the school. And some … Continue reading

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Assessing your preparation for assessment centres…..

You made it through the application stage, came through the interview with flying colours, you’re nearly there with that job offer in your hand…..but wait, there’s yet another hurdle – or hurdles –  to leap, the assessment centre! Not all … Continue reading

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A Career at the UN – get your questions answered

The second UN Virtual Careers Fair will be held on 10 December 2013.  The following international organizations will participate: The United Nations Secretariat (UN), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United … Continue reading

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Interviews:Prepare to Succeed

Semester 1 is application time for a variety of career areas and further study, and back here at the Careers Service we’ve been busy offering feedback on students’ applications for graduate schemes, internships, further study etc, to ensure you market … Continue reading

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