Recent Drama and Performance graduate Remy tells us about her University journey: I did not want to go to University: at all! Throughout sixth form I felt ostracised and let down by my experience of […]
Did you ever think you would be putting yourselves in the shoes of someone who is a graduate? I did not think this day would come. As Worcester Graduates we have the awesome excitement of […]
“You become a champion by fighting one more round. When things are tough, you fight one more round” James J. Corbett
This blog outlines the full range of employment options for graduates in the modern recruitment market; scrolling through Facebook feeds where friends are celebrating their classifications #success.
So, I think this is it, guys! A final blog from me, after what has been a very pleasant two years writing for the University.
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.
That’s it, my time as an undergraduate Drama and Performance student at the University of Worcester has come to an end, so I’ve decided to write a post about what I’ll miss most about my time as a university student. I’ve had such a good time at university, and much of it was because of the following factors:
Networking. University is a great place to network, meeting students accross the UK and the globe. That’s great, but you need a tool to make you stick out and grants you the chance of connecting high up recruiters to get that desired job.