Monthly Archives: September 2017

Considering further study? Your person statement is key to success.

Over 20% of PPLS students will go on to further study of some sort after graduation. Your personal statement is key to success in securing a place on your preferred course. And now here at the Careers Service we’ve developed … Continue reading

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Psychology, Stats and the Civil Service – they’re looking for you!

Government Statistical Service Graduate Scheme    Are you one of those psychology students with a passion for stats? Then the Government Statistical Service is looking for you! Their 4 year Fast Stream programme is open for applications – CD 26th Oct. … Continue reading

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Welcome back!

Hello – and welcome/welcome back – from new student to finalist and beyond! – I hope you’ve all had a great summer. I just want to alert you to a few new/updated resources on the Careers Service website – including … Continue reading

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Psychologists – and other PPLS subjects – will be in demand in graduate careers of the future…

It’s hard to escape articles on the effects of robots and AI in the job market – speculation on which jobs will go, which will stay and evolve, where the new growth areas for graduates will be.  A recent article … Continue reading

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After English and Linguistics – what next?

If this is a question that’s on your mind – there’s a great website to help you work out the answer- After English! With blogs written by English students and grads on themes ranging from Business and Enterprise, Advertising, Marketing and … Continue reading

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