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Featured resource:How do I develop my support networks?

‘How do I develop my support networks?‘ is the fourth and final resource in our Enhancing Resilience series. Developed by Margo Brewer and Dawn Benn...

Featured Resource – Growth mindset

The new Growth mindset resource is from our Enhancing Resilience series. Developed by Margo Brewer and Dawn Bennett, the resource helps students to recognise th...

Featured resource: How to deal with stress

It’s a good time of year to focus on stress! Many students in the Southern hemisphere are in the midst of exams, whilst Northern hemisphere students are a...

Featured Resource: Career Story – Finding your niche

This week’s featured resource is a career story from Dr Demelza Ireland, a biomedical scientist and educator. Ireland focuses on internal drivers and how ...

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Featured resource:How do I develop my support networks?

‘How do I develop my support networks?‘ is the fourth and final resource in our Enhancing Resilience series. Developed by Margo Brewer and Dawn Bennett, this resource is designed to help s...Read More

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Career Story: The value of experience outside the curriculum

Degree: Double degree in Marketing and Management 

Completion year: 2018 

Years since graduation: 1 

Career story themes: Getting to know your industry, learning from experience 

Career story: Soft skills matter

Degree: Master’s degree in International Business 

Completion year: 2018 

Years since graduation: 1 

Career story themes: Build your CV through part-time and volunteer work, know your strengths, be strategic when applying for graduate roles 

Career story: Reflect on your achievements to create a positive outlook

Degree: Master of Business (Science and Technology) 

Completion year: 2014 

Years since graduation: 5 

Career story themes: Create a plan, develop goals, get to know yourself, adopt a positive mindset 

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