For example, do you know that over 350 graduate jobs are created each year from Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP), making it the UK’s largest graduate recruitment programme?
Find out if you should be considering KTPs in your graduate job search.
Although studying abroad and working abroad both provide fantastic opportunities to live like a local as you immerse yourself in a new culture, hone your language skills, develop your international network and gain the ‘global outlook’ that employers are looking for, they are two very different ways to spend your third year.
So what are the differences between them and which is the right choice for you?
This is a story about how I went from Maths to Medicine
Hi, I’m Penny, a 2017 Mathematics graduate from the University of Essex. I’m now in training to become a Paramedic – bit of a change of direction I know.
Here is my story and how this all came about.
Got a business idea?
Make it formal with a Postgraduate Certificate in New Venture Creation.
Did you know that the University of Essex has been supporting aspiring graduate entrepreneurs with a Start-Up Grant programme?
Once a month a successful applicant receives up to £1,000 to help them get their business set up and ready to go. Christopher Lier, founder of the Presentation Champion, was awarded the grant in September.
This is his story.
Get In Events do just that – get students into otherwise inaccessible places.
Here, final year American (US) Studies student, Esohe Iriowen, shares her experiences behind the scenes at one of London’s biggest music festivals …Wireless.
After graduation, a holiday and a short stint studying abroad, it was about time I got a job.
I quickly fell into a role as a Sales Administrator through a friend of a friend. I knew it wouldn’t be permanent, but I also knew after about a month, that I disliked everything about it. I saw my friends succeeding in their graduate schemes and moving to big cities and felt completely left behind. After six months of feeling sorry for myself, my dad gave me some valuable advice; ‘No one can get you out of this job but you.’
And so began the search!
The Second Successful Essex Hackathon!
In collaboration with Major League Hacking (MLH) and Essex Startups the University of Essex hosted their second Hackathon in 2 years.
It’s that time of year, the excitement of Christmas is over and you finally have to start thinking about life after Uni!
As a recent Essex graduate, I was in the same situation frantically trying to find myself a job. One day I stumbled across the Mitie Graduate Scheme and after several forms and psychometric tests, an online video interview and an assessment centre I was offered a job!
Why should you apply today?