Monthly Archives: May 2014

Exams and post-exams parties over…..? What next?

If you’re a final year student in that limbo-land between final hand-ins, exams etc and your graduation ceremony, you could be feeling a mix of emotions – relief, excitement, anticipation, plus sadness at an ending, trepidation, anxiety, fear of the future. … Continue reading

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Looking for a summer project, and keen to put your communication skills to good use…..?

…Project Scotland has some great opportunities for you!  Many PPLS students in general, and LEL students in particular, are interested in careers which will make use of their understanding of language and communication, and written and verbal communication skills, including careers in areas … Continue reading

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Occupational Psychology – what do you know about it?

For many, Occupational Psychology conjures up work similar to Human Resource Management, and whilst there is some overlap, OP professionals are keen to stress the variety of their job, as I learned at a recent meeting with an OP in Glasgow. … Continue reading

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Secrets of successful interviews…..

…..Preparation and Practice! I’ve blogged on this before, but on the principle that you cant have too much of a good thing, I’m giving this topic another airing for a couple of reasons: as vacations and graduations loom, many of … Continue reading

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What do you consider to be the most interesting book publication from the last year…..?

Originally posted on English Lit Careers Blog:
If you can distil your thoughts into 300 words, and send them off with your well-targeted CV and brief cover letter outlining your passion and suitability for the world of publishing, then you’re…

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