of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2014/15 DLHE survey)
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Managing your expectations when applying for a graduate positon is key to ensuring you are prepared and able to perform well during interviews, assessments and the selection process.
Writing a CV to highlight the skills and experiences you have gained as a student, and understanding how to write a strong application will help you to obtain a job as a fresh graduate.
Advice on writing a graduate level CV
Large companies have long interview processes due to the large number of graduate applications they receive every year. If you are applying for a graduate placement, make sure you understand what is involved beforehand.
Understanding graduate interviews
This is a summary of some useful and practical information you will need to know when working in any role in the UK, once you leave University.
What you need to know
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