Ruairidh Maxwell of the University's Employability Consultancy tells us more: Graduation and life beyond higher education can be a terrifying thought. If a university degree alone will no longer guarantee employment, never before has it been more important to come up with alternative solutions to the growing uncertainty. SLICCs (Student-Led, Individually-Created Courses) is one such … Continue reading SLICCs – an introduction
Thanks to my colleague Ruth Donnelly for this post which gives an overview of findings from a recent employer survey about skills they struggle to find - Rebecca Although most graduate employers claim they are not looking for "the finished article", there are certain important skills, attributes and mindsets which are often found lacking. According … Continue reading What skills and attributes do employers struggle to find?
Many thanks to Lorna Cox, Careers Consultant in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine for this blog post that provides a summary of some of Charlie Ball's research looking at graduate migration patterns. If you're thinking about where you might be based location-wise after you graduate then this post is worth a read - … Continue reading Graduate migration patterns: will you be a Loyal, Stayer, Returner or Incomer?