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What to consider when working in Europe post-Brexit

Anna Beer, physics student © via Unsplash by Mano5280 Brexit has undoubtedly changed the way British citizens can travel, work and live abroad. Gone are the days of seamless travel and work within the European Union. However, while the process may now involve more paperwork and considerations, there are still plentiful opportunities for those eager …

Different roles in the charity sector that you may not have thought about

By Grace Smyth, Languages graduate The charity sector is extremely competitive and sometimes the number of roles can be overwhelming. Many people are unaware of the breadth of roles within the charity sector, read below for some roles that you may not have thought about. Charity grad schemes A select number of organisations do offer …

My Career Journey in the Third-Sector

By Ailya Syeda Hasnain, BA Hons English graduate What is the third sector? The third sector is defined as a “range of organisations that are neither public sector nor private sector. It includes voluntary and community organisations (both registered charities and other organisations such as associations, self-help groups, and community groups), social enterprises, mutuals, and …

The New Graduate Immigration Route. What Does This Mean for Me?

By Sarah Allen, Senior Careers Adviser. For international students thinking about staying in the UK after graduation, the new Graduate Immigration Route offers an exciting opportunity. From July 1 2021, international students who successfully complete a Bachelors or Masters level qualification, and have a valid tier 4 / student visa, will be eligible to apply …