Save the date for the IHRE22 Summit: 5 October, Edgbaston Stadium

The In House Recruitment Expo Summit will run on 14 October at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham. The opening – closing time is 10am – 4.30pm IHRE22 Summit will feature seminars, masterclass sessions with time to network with colleagues and peers. Event supporters include: Personnel Today Jobs, On Rec and Recruiter Magazine. Registration is now open for…

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4 Top Tips for anyone studying abroad in the UK

4 Top Tips for anyone studying abroad in the UK Studying abroad remains a popular choice for many students all over the world. Not only does it give you the chance to immerse yourself in a new culture and gain life experience, but it may also give you access to some of the best universities…

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Three things you can do before leaving for uni to help prevent theft

University students are often a target of theft for a variety of reasons. They tend to have a lot of valuable items with them, including laptops, smartphones, and textbooks. Many students live in off-campus housing that may not be as secure as on-campus accommodation. When on campus, university students are often busy and may not…

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Student and Graduate Mental Health: The Stigma & How to Overcome It

Mental health is a sensitive topic for many people. For students and graduates, it can be an even more complicated issue to deal with, as they often feel the pressure to succeed academically while also managing other responsibilities and stresses. Unfortunately, there is a stigma attached to mental health issues that can make it even…

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Which superhero would you be? Dealing with unexpected interview questions

Most questions at an interview are fairly straight forward, “Describe a time when you worked as a part of a team”, “give me an example of…”, “what motivates you?” etc… However it’s highly likely that you’ll get at least one question that you haven’t quite prepared for and it can throw you off guard. Unusual…

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What transferable skills can graduates learn by working remotely?

What transferable skills can graduates learn by working remotely? Landing your first job after graduation can feel like a daunting task. Where do you even start? Adding to the existing pressures is the reality of remote work,  The coronavirus pandemic forced many people to work remotely, and this trend is likely to continue even years…

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Three Top Tips for Managing your time during Exam Season

Three Top Tips for Managing your time during Exam Season As exams approach, students can feel overwhelmed by the amount of material they need to review. It can be difficult to know where to start, or how to use your time in the most effective way. Time management is key during exam season. By creating…

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5 Ways it Pays Off to Study Abroad – GUEST BLOG

We’ve recently emphasised the many benefits of completing a Year-in-Industry placement in a blog for York St John University. However, for many students, particularly those studying language or international business, taking a year to study abroad can be equally as influential and beneficial in their future careers. Our friends at Storage World explain why. Not…

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The Power of Networking

Networking  Towards the end of university I remember a certain message being circulated via lecturers, that message was “it’s who you know and not what you know that counts”. As a student about to graduate, I was guilty of being a little blinded and naïve. At the time I was working towards a degree in…

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