Effective group working

Sharon Maguire, Careers Consultant, posted this recently on her Career Connect blog for online distance learners. It's relevant to us all, whether in work, in further study or just in life - and perhaps worth bearing in mind if you're preparing for group exercises at an assessment centre. There was an interesting article in the … Continue reading Effective group working

How to become a lawyer in England and Wales: changes to legal training

Our Careers Consultant Kay Barbour flags up some forthcoming changes relevant to those of you intending to practise law in England or Wales. If you are considering a legal career South of the border you may start hearing talk of changes due to come in 2020. After long running consultations, in April 2017 the Solicitors … Continue reading How to become a lawyer in England and Wales: changes to legal training

ScotGEM – A new Graduate Entry Medicine programme for Scotland

Carol Macdonald reports: Graduate entry medicine into medicine is not new. Degree programmes exclusively for graduates have run in England for a number of years...but not previously in Scotland. ScotGEM is an exciting new graduate entry medical programme being developed by the Universities of St Andrews and Dundee, in partnership with University of the Highlands … Continue reading ScotGEM – A new Graduate Entry Medicine programme for Scotland

UK universities leading the way with employers in China and Hong Kong

Thanks to Kirsten Roche for sharing this - good news for our Chinese students.   A recent survey of 93 employers based in Hong Kong and China by GradConnection has found that graduates from UK Universities are highly in demand. 80% of the employers surveyed said that they specifically targeted students returning from UK Universities. … Continue reading UK universities leading the way with employers in China and Hong Kong