• CompTIA Network+: Is It The Best Entry-Level Certification in IT Infrastructure?

    This article is brought to you by Rapidas Group As you advance your career, you may want to progress along the same path by engaging in proactive training that targets marketable skills across different sectors. By then, you will have known that networking and security are some of the...
  • Is Your Degree ‘Too Soft’ For Employment?

    Getting a degree is hard work! Those long nights of studying for exams,  all those times you’ve tried to complete your assignment the day it’s due, the hours you’ve spent in lecture halls and libraries to get that grade you’re after. However, many people believe that different degrees vary...
  • Working It Out: The Transition From Education to Employment

    Emily Cohen is a 24 year old TV production employee who graduated in 2018. Emily has been out of full-time education and in the working world for the past two years. She has decided to create a podcast series to help other students cope and navigate through this difficult...
  • Global Leaders Programme: Reflecting on Hong Kong

    Stellar skylines, exciting food and a host of friendly people are just a few things I experienced this summer during the Global Leaders Summer Programme in Hong Kong. In July I had the pleasure of spending a week at Hong Kong University following a scholarship entirely funded by the...
  • Life After UoN: Finding My Roots and Wings

    I graduated 4 years ago. I didn’t have a job or a direction that I wanted to pursue. I spent a year loving backpacking, hating unpaid internships and eventually ended up filling out job applications all over again. My self-esteem took a huge hit when my first 80 or...
  • Are more Nottingham students looking for social impact careers?

    What do you think of when you hear ‘prestigious graduate career’? Banking? Legal work? Management Consultancy? Maybe engineering? Students can easily be forgiven for heading straight to the ‘traditional’ stalls at Nottingham’s recent recruitment fairs. But change is in the air in the graduate market. There are now a...
  • Encouraging graduates to “stay local” is missing the point

    A recent RSA think-tank study found that graduates should be given advice on jobs, housing and matches with local employment opportunities in a bid to stimulate local economies through local graduates. However, the study fails to account for the work already done by universities to provide local graduate opportunities,...