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Choosing The Right Graduate Program for You!

Posted by GradConnection
We’re seeing a big increase this year in the number of graduate programs available on GradConnection – that means more options for you, and an opportunity to be a little bit more selective about what YOU want from your grad program. We’ve got a couple of the common features of grad programs in this blog – how do these rank for you? What’s the most important thing you want to get from your experience?

How to Ace the Group Task in Assessment Centres

Posted by GradConnection
If you’ve just been invited to complete an Assessment Centre for the grad programs you’ve applied for, chances are you’ll have to do a group interview as a part of your day. In this blog as we offer specific tips and tricks on how to ace the infamous group task!

How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Posted by GradConnection
Have you ever felt that niggling voice at the back of your mind that says, “Hang on, am I really qualified for this role? As students and fresh grads trying to establish yourselves in the workforce, imposter syndrome is common and very real. It may not be a quick or easy fix, but in this blog, we give five strategies that you can use to help you get one step closer to overcoming imposter syndrome.

Top Tips to Remain Calm In An Interview

Posted by GradConnection
Interviews, whether virtual or in-person, can be one of the most nerve-wracking parts of the graduate recruitment process. We try to make it a little less daunting by breaking it down in this article!

How to Engage with Recruiters (Plus a Free Message Template!)

Posted by GradConnection
Just attended a bunch of careers fairs and connected with some employers you’re now thinking of reaching out to? Whether it be an email or a message on social media, it can be nerve-wracking to put a line out there to someone who you’re looking to impress. We outline some of the top tips to keep in mind when following up with recruiters in this article.

How to Maximise Virtual Careers Fairs

Posted by GradConnection
We’ve already discussed how to prepare for standard careers fairs and given suggestions for different kind of questions you can ask employers if you’re stuck. But as job fairs increasingly go virtual, what are some of the things you should keep in mind to maximise your experience online? We highlight some key points to remember in this blog post.

Managing Expectations of the Graduate Recruitment Process

Posted by GradConnection
One of the most challenging parts of the graduate recruitment process is the anticipation of waiting to hear back from an employer that you're super keen on working for. It can be frustrating when the timeline for graduate recruitment is lengthier than expected and varies for each company and their processes. In this blog post, we give some insights and rough guidelines as to what expect.

How Joining Student Societies Can Help You Land a Grad Job

Posted by GradConnection
Student societies are a great way to explore and indulge in your different interests while you’re at university. While you might see this is as simply a fun way to make new friends or meet like-minded people, it could also prove extremely valuable in giving you a head start in your career journey! We discuss how in this blog post.

5 Ways to Get Job Search Ready

Posted by GradConnection
It’s the beginning of the year, and after a much-needed break, you’re looking to get back into the groove of study, self-improvement and of course, the job search. Whether it’s graduate jobs or internships you’re after, this blog post outlines five simple ways to help shake off those post-holiday cobwebs and get you back on your way!

The Difference Between a Graduate Program, a Graduate Job and an Internship

Posted by GradConnection
As you embark on your job search journey as a university student, you’ll probably come across three main types of opportunities that can help best set you up for graduation: graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships. But it’s easy to blur the lines between what their differences actually are and which option you should go for. We break it down in this blog post!



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