Monthly Archives: March 2015

Life Beyond Your PPLS Degree….if you missed it….

… you missed a great informative event, and chance to network (ie talk to!) recent PPLS grads about their journey since graduation, and gain inspiration for your own. However, luckily for you, all is not lost…. you can catch up … Continue reading

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Publishing, marketing, social media – and more……

The publishing industry – an area which attracts interest from grads across all the PPLS disciplines – has crossed my radar several times this week, so I thought I’d share my insights with you. I was interested to see that not only … Continue reading

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Life Beyond your PPLS degree…..

….yes, there will be life, but what will yours be like?! To help you work out your path on graduation, we’ve brought in the experts! Yes, we’ve invited your recent PPLS predecessors to come along and share with you the … Continue reading

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Internships/Work experience – what counts…..?

This week I ran a small group workshop focusing on internships and work experience, and just what these terms mean. The idea behind small-group work is that everyone contributes and learns from each other, and I’m delighted to say that everyone … Continue reading

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Digital media and PR careers – many roles, many opportunities…

….as chair of the Media and PR panel at the CCCF this week, I discovered more about a range of roles in this industry to interest all PPLS subject-areas, and some great advice on gaining experience and demonstrating interest and suitability for working … Continue reading

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