Tag: career support

Graduate Resilience

Written by Samantha Oates-Miller, Careers Insights and Graduate Support Assistant at the Careers Service The Careers Service knows how difficult it can be to stay motivated while searching for jobs and many students are concerned about the transition between university and the workplace. This guide is designed to provide advice and resources to help ease…

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Taking psychometric tests when you have a disability – can additional support help?

Written by Amanda Conway, Careers Consultant at The Careers Service We all get nervous about taking a test, it’s only natural, but for some students a particular health condition or disability may pose an additional challenge and mean they are unable to give their best performance on the day. Although many employers and test publishers are used…

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Are you a final year student with a disability? Do you have post-COVID-19 syndrome?

Written by Delia Goodwin, Careers Consultant (Disability) at the Careers Service Does either of the above apply to you? Read on below. Career planning with a disability Join our webinar on 29th April, dedicated to signposting final years with a disability or long term health condition/mental health diagnosis to information and support on a variety…

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Stay career focused this Easter

Written by Emma Naylor, Student Engagement and Enterprise Assistant at the Careers Service Are you looking forward to the Easter break? Why not take the opportunity to prepare for your future and get career ready. While appointments will be unavailable between 1st and 7th April 2021, you can still access a wide range of careers…

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