So much is said about how to succeed in Interviews, and in reality, it’s not quite as fine-a-science as people make out, I believe.
Hopefully now, following on from the theme of my last blog, you are all well holidayed, rested, partied, and ready to get moving again!
So you’ve graduated and now you want to start your career. We all know how that works – you start off on a high, saying you’re going to dust off your CV, update your cover letter, apply for all the jobs.
How can studying English Language get you a job in the future?
There are more skills than you think.
As previously stated in my blogs, the final year at University has a lot going on.
During this time, you may well have a series of epiphanies. Some of which may be life-changingly important….
It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to tell you that every trainee teachers life will of course be different.
BUT, there are some very similar views and opinions that many of us student teachers share.
Books. Books. Books. If that’s what you think it’s like being a English Literature student, then you are exactly right.
We do read a lot of books, and this is the key to the course here at Worcester and at any other university. And this is what I find so fantastic about being a student of this subject.