Aste Dahl

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  • 4 unique skills that make you stand out as an international student

    Looking for a job in the UK can be a daunting process and even more so when you are an international student. However, being an international student can be an advantage! You may have unique skills and experiences that could...

  • Increase Your Resilience During Your Degree

    Resilience – how to increase your resilience during your degree Employers are increasingly saying that resilience is a key skill they are looking for in an applicant. We are living in a world that changes, sometimes dramatically, the Covid-19 pandemic...

  • Sustainable Careers - Make your Passion Work

    Before the world changed in March 2020 I attended a careers event all about sustainable careers put on by the People & Planet Society at the University of Bath. Due to the lockdown a summary of the event was not...

  • Finding a job in mental health - boosting your skills whilst a student

    We often get queries from students wanting to boost their CV with additional and often costly courses or experiences that they find online or to do during holidays. Students often forget that there are lots of relevant and transferable skills...

  • Alumni Interview - A Career in Behavioural Science

    Liv graduated from Bath from the MSc Applied Psychology and Economic Behaviour course in 2020 and currently works as a Behavioural Science Consultant. Below she tells us about her own careers story and shares tips and advice about how to...

  • Careers in Charities and NGOs

    Event Alert: Careers in charities and NGOs panel event next week! Have a look below for more information about the event, and further resources and advice for you to explore. If you're looking for a socially conscious career that has...

  • Welcome back to Spring term!

    We in the Careers Service hope that you are all doing well and are looking forward to a new Spring term at the University. The days are getting longer, it is closer to the summer and with the positive news...