A third of graduate jobs go to those who’ve worked for the company previously or have relevant work experience.
Feedback from past Lancaster Award students suggests that they did not fully understand some of the terminology used in the skills bank, so these skill based sessions have been devised to support you to write the assignment.
Networking is no longer a ‘nice to have’ skill. In many walks of life it’s a fundamental aspect of personal development.
This is a workshop for those interested in pursuing a career in Dramatherapy giving you the chance to engage in a practical exploration of what the course and career entails.
This fair includes organisations from the third sector, not-for-profit, public, charity, development and NGO sectors. Plus employers from other diverse sectors offering graduate opportunities.
Come and find out from Lancaster Alumni with degree subjects from the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences about their career progression since leaving Lancaster!
This is a fantastic opportunity to get up to date CV and online application advice from a top employer.
Employers are interested in how you communicate: negotiation and persuasion are essential to demonstrate this skill. In this fun workshop you will find out what negotiation is, and we’ll share some tips on how to negotiate with success and confidence.
You may have seen ‘cultural awareness’ listed as a key skill required by graduate employers. Come and find out what it means.
Welcome to the Careers Networking Club at Lancaster University.