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For university graduates
You have your university degree and you are now entering the UK job market. Congratulations on your well-earned academic achievement.
But now you need to enter the job market and start your career at a time of pandemic–generated recession and rising unemployment. You realise this is a big challenge, especially if you are an overseas student who wishes to gain work experience in the UK, but you don’t know the UK job market or recruitment processes.
The best way to ensure success is to work with an experienced, professional Careers Consultant.
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the business experience and skills of a consultant who has worked as a specialist securing apprenticeships and traineeships for young people
WHAT IS THE PACKAGE?
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A Consultation and Service plan tailored to you as an individual and targeting your chosen industry,
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Networking skills training
Practice interviews to include a minimum of 2 interviews with a single ‘employer’ and a panel interview
Signposting to appropriate agents and companies who are currently recruiting using our industry knowledge
Introduction to agents made by our team
Best endeavours to secure you 3 interview opportunities
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