Your Career in Journalism

Becca McAuley Graduated from the University of Exeter BA International Relations, 2018. She’s currently a Sub-editor at the Daily Mail.   After I graduated from Exeter I did a MA in Newspaper Journalism at City, University of London. While I was there I did some work experiences at places like The Times, The Telegraph and PA where I learnt more about the […]

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Avoiding Job Scams

James Bradbrook is Employer Engagement Support Officer (Vacancies) for the Career Zone.  Finding the right job can be hard work. Sadly, it can be even harder when unscrupulous individuals target jobseekers with the aim of conning them. Recruitment scams are a growing issue. In 2017, the government estimated that up to 10% of jobseekers have fallen victim […]

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The impact of Covid-19 on your job search – an employer’s perspective

Martin Corck is Director of Athletes Inspire, a small-scale business operating in the sports consultancy sector.  This post offers an employer’s perspective, and gives our valued new potential workforce (you, the student) some insight into what’s happening right now. As a potential Graduate taking your first steps towards a new career, doing nothing is not […]

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Teaching English in China

Natasha Lock is a Yenqing Scholar at Peking University. She graduated in BA History, International Relations and Mandarin Chinese from the University of Exeter.  I have been studying Mandarin Chinese for eight years and during this period I have been interested in the etymology of Mandarin, the history of China and contemporary political status of the […]

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