CV (i.e. 'Curriculum Vitae' - Latin for 'the course of one's life') is the common terminology used in the UK for a summary 'document' positively describing the qualifications, relevant skills, experience and training, you can bring to a
Start by photocopying the form and work out your answers in rough.
The form must be completed in full following instructions and do not substitute a CV if an application form is required.
Remember to use
Interview formats vary; use the links below to research different styles of interviews.
When you get an interview date, be prepared by drawing up a checklist of things to do and when.
Work out positive
Expect to encounter psychometric testing, if you intend to apply to major graduate recruiters for jobs or course placements. Commonly a combination of Numerical and Verbal Reasoning ability tests at graduate level and maybe
Are you looking for work experience, a placement or internship, to gain relevant practical work skills, either as part of your course or during the vacation?
All relevant employment experience is highly regarded by
Whether you are intending to job search with a Foundation (or equivalent) or Honours degree, this section directs you towardsÂ relevant online resources.
Start by ensuring you are up-to-date on your
Are you an international student (not an EU/EEA national) and thinking of what to do after completing your course?
This section directs you towards key websites providing information and guidance.