The opportunity to do an internship moves you to the front of the queue for a graduate scheme at your chosen employer, but (in addition to needing to impress while you’re with the employer) you normally have one final hurdle. The end of internship interview looms. Here are my top four tips for success.
When it comes to careers I’m always telling students how important it is to have a story of your own which marks you out from others, and demonstrates that you’re not just academically able, but are also rounded individuals. 2016 Law Graduate Farhana Hamid-Butt took this to heart and headed off to Singapore. Here’s her advice.
Many employers are asking for exactly this. In an interconnected world where global business transactions are the norm it matters that you are equipped to play your part. So what do you need to do to develop this outlook and how do you demonstrate it? Travel “Travel broadens the mind” is both a platitude and … More How do you show an international outlook?
Iulia Nicolescu is a recent graduate of the Warwick LLM in International Corporate Governance and Financial. She has joined Limehouse Consulting & Strategy as a project analyst. Iulia feels this is an excellent alternative to the training contract route pursued by so many. She’s finding she uses many of the same skills you need to … More A career as a Consulting Project Analyst – could it be for you?
If you’re going to be successful in securing that training contract in a City law firm, then you’re going to get good at writing about why you want it. Fantastic! But what will it really be like when you get there? Josh graduated from Warwick in 2015 and has now joined Davis Polk. Here’s what he’s found.
Many students are really keen to get internships at European institutions and one of our recent graduates, Antonis Kyriakou has been fortunate to secure just such an opportunity. He has shared his experience of the application process and the work he is now doing. Over to Anton: