Alternative way to write your review

By: Alumni Reviews

    If you are having problems writing a review online, please copy and paste the following onto a word document or on the body of your email.  Once complete, please email it to   Country your university is located: Name of University: Level studied (Undergrad/Masters/MBA or PhD: Full time or Part time: Subject […]

CV/RESUME Advice: Your chance to sell yourself!

By: Grad Guide Blog

Your CV is your chance to sell yourself, it’s brand you. Spelling mistakes, lies and boring old CV’s don’t do you any favours.   Grad Guide Blog  founder, Chris Hall gives his top 5 tops on how to “stand out” from the crowd. Here are my top tips:   1. Scrap the personal statement   […]

Third degree burns: Your subject doesn’t matter.. too much

By: GradQuiz

Working in the UK graduate labour market provides an interesting insight into the psychosis of the ‘ambitious graduate’. At a recent trade event hosted by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), it was clear that many people interpret this insight in different ways. Some companies remain, desperately clinging on to ancient techniques to help graduates […]

10 things you should avoid on your MBA Application

By: Claire Gumus

Submitting a competitive MBA application is critical; as a candidate, your job is do thorough research and find out the unique offerings of the program(s) you’re interested in. MBA applications are time consuming especially if you are targeting more than one business school. The research phase will take quite a bit of your time and […]

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