On Friday 7th February, GradForce launched their first event for students.
Georgina Andrews graduated from CCCU in 2013 with a BSc in Biosciences – she now works as a Research Scientist for a successful research company only 20 minutes drive from Canterbury. Read more about her story here.
CCCU is happy to promote this fantastic opportunity for our final year students and alumni…
Careers Advice Appointments are back and available to book on The CORE!
How often do you read an article or watch a video or do a quiz on your phone? When you’re on the train, while you’re waiting, when you’re bored?
FIND YOUR PASSION IN 2018
Further Education (FE) is a diverse and passionate sector with exciting and wide ranging teaching opportunities available in colleges and Independent Training Providers, who offer a vast range of academic and vocational programmes.
Careers advice appointments are currently unavailable to book. If you feel as though you need to book a place, here are some points to remember:
Committing to extra-curricular experience alongside university can be a daunting decision to make. Studying seems to take up 99.9% of your time already, so the idea of committing to anything else can seem like a wholly impossible task. On the other hand, with constant reminders of how competitive the graduate job hunt can be, and just how many applicants there are for each job (around 118!), having some extra-curricular experience under your belt might just be the difference between landing an interview, or not.
I am not a label, I am capable and I can – my navigations through finding a job when dealing with visible and invisible disabilities
The Employability and Skills team is interested in hearing student voices! We put a call out on our CCCU Careers and Disability Facebook group, asking students to share their experiences, both in life and in the workplace. Here Lauren shares her experiences as a CCCU student and staff member.
The Employability and Skills team is interested in hearing student voices! We put a call out on our CCCU Careers and Disability Facebook group, asking students to share their experiences, both in life and in the workplace. Here, Alicia Beels speaks opening about how having invisible disabilities affects her day to day, and suggestions for others who may be in the same position.