How To Ace That Assessment Centre
07 Dec,2017

How To Ace That Assessment Centre

Assessment centres generally vary from company to company. However, most assessment centres consist of the following elements - a group exercise, a case study, a presentation, a personal interview and possibly a psychometric test. Assessment days are usually conducted for half...

How To Tackle Application Questions
11 Oct,2017

How To Tackle Application Questions

Always keep in mind: 1. Be honest and be yourself 2. Be to the point 3. Use simple but formal language - avoid any slang. 4. Use grammar tools to cross check your answers, e.g. Grammarly   Question 1: Why do you want to work here? Include: 1. Company values that...

5 Interview Tips and Tricks
26 Sep,2017

5 Interview Tips and Tricks

Worried about your interview being stressful? Here are our top 5 hacks to stand out of the crowd and ace that interview!   1. Practice makes perfect. Although it might seem obvious, your interview is like a performance. This doesn’t mean you learn...

5 Common Myths Decoded: Jobs for International Students In The U.K.
21 Sep,2017

5 Common Myths Decoded: Jobs for International Students In The U.K.

Some ‘obvious’ questions every international student in the UK must know the answer to before searching for jobs: 1. MYTH: I can’t apply for jobs in the UK without experience. TRUTH:  Entry Level jobs and graduate schemes do not require experience....

6 reasons why every graduate should intern
12 Dec,2016

6 reasons why every graduate should intern

University life is busy and we are often the pressure of ‘practical experience’. It is easy to neglect the importance of internships and if they are really worth it? Let us help you out (like always!). An internship is ‘the’ chance for you in this competitive...

Plagiarism – what is it and how to avoid it?
14 Nov,2016

Plagiarism – what is it and how to avoid it?

Plagiarism is a foreign word for most of the international students coming to the UK. Plagiarism means copying someone else’s ideas or work and representing it as your own, without mentioning the original author. Copyright issues are taken very seriously in the UK; if you...

Working in the UK
29 Sep,2016

Working in the UK

Working in the UK post education: Visa categories  The road to seeking a job in the UK after completing graduation is paved with numerous regulations and laws that are complex and difficult to decipher. As an international student, it is imperative that one is aware...

The £35000 rule
28 Sep,2016

The £35000 rule

The £35,000 Rule The rules have changed again, and just like previous instances, there are not many positives to take from them. However, the current modifications don’t apply to international students, all of which already pay a huge sum of tuition fees, accommodation...

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