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Employability

 

“Make sure that you are an active student; take part in societies both internal and external."
Vedia Can, University of Westminster

“Get involved in many different activities and sign up to lots of things at Fresher’s Fair including things you’d never thought to try.”
Reetika Suri, Queen Mary University of London

Don't pass things up because you can't be bothered, if there's something like volunteering or a society that you can join to do with your degree then get on board! Increase your employability, that's why you’re at university!”
Daniel Wendon, University of Hull

“While it’s important to leave university with a great degree it’s also important to develop a range of transferable skills and maybe even learn a language.”
Reetika Suri, Queen Mary University of London

“Try to get a relevant summer placement, or some work experience along with your studies, its' the small things that will make your application stand out when looking for a job afterwards.”
Carmen Tong, University of Nottingham

“Find out about paid jobs hosted by your university.”
Vedia Can, University of Westminster 

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