Advice on deciding whether a degree apprenticeship is right for you; and what a successful application takes.
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With hundreds of millions of LinkedIn members, a LinkedIn profile gives you an unparalleled chance to ‘sell yourself’ on its professional social network.
Congratulations, you got the job! When you start working, there should be a contract between you and your employer – this covers your basic rights at work and the terms of your employment.
Researching your options, identifying your strengths, and understanding what interests you will help you discover the career path that’s right for you and find your perfect job.
Congratulations, the job’s yours – now you can look forward to your first day at work!
You might be in your home surrounded by your belongings, and possibly pets or kids, but it’s important to treat a virtual or phone interview as if it’s taking place face-to-face.
Finding that perfect job can be daunting but these three tips will help you prepare!
I didn’t know too much about apprenticeships until I started looking into what I could do instead of going to college or sixth form
I studied Civil Engineering with Appropriate Technology at the University of Warwick. I graduated with an MEng in 2011.
Apprenticeships offer you the opportunity to start work, earn a wage, and continue studying at a higher level.
The decision to study a postgraduate qualification can be a tough one.
BT’s apprenticeship scheme looked exactly like the sort of thing I was after, especially given my love of networks. I found my current apprenticeship and here I am!
Interview with Yasmeen Salah, Graduate at Monitor Deloitte
Interview with Chloe Priestley, Higher Apprentice at PwC
Interview with Oscar Chim, Intern at Monitor Deloitte
Potential employers are just as likely as anyone to get a sense of what you’re like from your social media profiles. But don’t be scared – they just want to make sure you’re human. Usually.