Congratulations! If you’ve reached the stage of preparing for university, you, first of all, should be very proud of yourself. You are about to embark on what is probably the biggest change in your life so far. The transition may be unfamiliar, but fun and exciting nonetheless… get ready for Warwick!…By Ciara Brodi
The prospect of learning a new language – especially if you currently only speak your native one – can be daunting. However, it’s never too late to start, and perhaps no better time to begin than whilst you’re still at university with all of its support and resources. Here’s three reasons to begin learning a new language today… By Ciara Brodie Continue reading “Why you should learn a new language”
Getting a part-time job whilst studying may seem a bit daunting. With all the essays, exams and dissertations, it can be easy to think that there’s little time to get a job on top of that. But getting a job can be very rewarding. Isla runs through the benefits of getting a job and gives tips on how to find one…By Isla Stroyan
As graduation season draws to a close, many will be thinking about their futures and what path is right for them. Here are a few tips from a research student to help you work out if life as a postgraduate student is for you… by James Blake Continue reading “Pros and Cons of Postgraduate Study”
Many of you are graduating this month – congratulations! Whether you choose to attend the grand ceremony or not, completing a small degree is no small feat. However, unless you’re one of the lucky few with a job immediately lined up, you might also feel some anxiety about exactly what you should be doing with yourself now university life is over… by Kumail Jaffer
So you’ve not got an internship lined up for summer. Maybe you’re still looking for a way to use the summer months to help give you a head start in your career? If you’re lucky enough to know the career path you want to take, an internship could be great for you. However, they aren’t the only way to improve your employability.
Many congratulations are in order. Well done for finishing another year. Exams are over and the dissertation is finished. Whether this is your final farewell to Warwick or you’ve just completed your first year, here are some things to reflect on… by Amy Preston
Term 3: exams, deadlines, dissertations… surely there’s no time to take on CV enhancing activities? Wrong! Boosting your CV means that once you graduate, you’ll have more than just academic credentials to get you in the door of your dream job. So read on for some ideas on what you can do even in the busiest of times to get ahead in your career… By Rachael Davies Continue reading “Boosting your CV in Term Three”