Category: Careers advice

Entrepreneurship, Challenges and University: Q&A with Studifuel’s founder

Enterprise Club’s Johnny Dixon interviews the founder of Studifuel about the beginnings of the business and the part University played, amongst other things. Q. What are you studying at UoM? A. Second year BA Economics Student – interested in subject since A-Level and think it’s quite a well-rounded subject. Q. How did you get started…

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The Job-hunt: An International Student’s Candid Evaluation

Written by Pranav Sivaramakrishnan, Chemical Engineering Graduate who will now be starting as a Graduate Manufacturing Engineer with Rolls Royce Any email starting with a ‘Thank you for your application! After careful consideration…’ used to throw me into a fit of anxiety and despair. Another rejection, what has gone wrong? I had relevant work experience…

Male graduate with a degree certificate

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6 ways to boost your productivity

Written by Callum McAvan, Marketing and Communications Assistant at the Careers Service. When I started university I distinctly remember, amongst the flurry of nights out, new friends and arguably too many kebabs, one thing stood out as a challenge. That challenge was simply – how do I make the most of my time? That challenge…

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Student Blog: We Asked UoM Students Who Their BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) Role Models Are

Written by Yvonne Lau and Homirah Mullah, UoM Students and Diversity and Inclusion Ambassadors For BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) people, it’s important to have people you admire and look up to that look like you. So, we went around campus asking students which BAME people they thought were doing amazing things. Dorcas, 1st year,…

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