On Wednesday 25th September, the launch of Science Stars, one of St George’s flagship widening participation programmes, took place at the university.
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Graduates from St George’s have access to support from the careers service for two years after graduation.
We can support all areas of your career planning and career management, from planning your next steps to building and using your network, making applications and impressing at interview. We can support you both in person and online.
The Ultimate Careers Guide 2018 contains over 25 articles on all aspects of graduate careers and choices, plus an introduction to some key graduate employers. Examples include:
Getting LinkedIn with employers (PDF)
To PhD or not to PhD? That is the question (PDF)
Demonstrating your skills (PDF)
Assessment centres at a glance (PDF)
Practice psychometric tests by accessing AssessmentDay. Most employers now use some sort of online test during graduate recruitment. These can include verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, situational judgement, e-tray, and more. Email the careers team to get your account set up.
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