There are opportunities out there for International Students but it can be harder because of previous visa regulations and employers not being aware of the changes: https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information–Advice/Working/Student-work For advice on working after studying see: https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information–Advice/Working/Working-after-studies Here are some tips that you can put into action that will improve your chances of landing that graduate job. … More International Students – make yourself employable
When I told people that I was going to Rio de Janeiro for my year abroad, I received a variety of reactions. Some were surprised, others were worried, and some were excited on my behalf. Overall it wasn’t a positive. I was presented with scare stories and countless ‘but what if’s, which is not the … More Year Abroad – Make the most of the Opportunity
By Annabel Pemberton, Warwick Law School Alumna, Creator of The Wired Wig and Deputy Data Protection Officer at Exponea When I started studying Law at Warwick in 2015, the interaction of technology and Law still felt futuristic. Five years later, the legal industry is transforming. Previously known for bundles, basements full of paper and an … More The Age of the Creative Lawyer: Working at a Technology Company and the Startup World
Firms want to recruit well-rounded individuals who have clearly developed relevant foundational skills. They will look at your participation in and experience of a range of activities across professional, academic and non-academic domains. If you only have academic experiences to demonstrate your competencies, this may not present you as a well-rounded individual and may suggest … More Boosting Your Employability
It’s recruitment season once again, many of you will be planning to apply for employers’ work experience and graduate opportunities so it’s a good time to reflect on employers’ requirements and how to meet them. A good degree from a good university Warwick has a strong reputation both in the UK and nationally and you … More Employers requirements and how to meet them!