resilience

  • Stay Connected Programme - Graduate Support for You!

      Life-long Support as a Graduate It is over a year since the world turned upside down and I know many final year students and graduates have found it frustrating and challenging, and have struggled with what has been happening...

  • 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...

  • The truth behind job rejection

    Rejection is normal. More people will apply for the role than there are roles available. So, most applicants will be rejected at some point. It can feel devastating and a common response is to blame yourself. This often rears thoughts...

  • Student perspectives: 6 Top Tips for Staying Motivated Whilst Job-Hunting

      Emily, a MSc International Development with Economics students, shares hers and students past and present's perspectives on how to stay motivated during the job hunting process. The Careers Service thanks Emily for this excellent blog It’s cold, rainy and...

  • Staying Positive Whilst Job Searching

    We all know how difficult it can be to stay positive and motivated in the job-hunting process, never mind in a pandemic! I asked my lovely colleagues in the Careers Service what strategies they recommend. Manage your time In the...

  • Coping with career rejection

    At the Careers Service, we’re here to support you on your journey into the working world. A significant part of this journey might involve coping with rejection, either at the application stage or further along after an interview. We want to encourage positivity and set you up for success, and making...