ARU Blogs — Employability Service

The Employability Service team

We know that your future career prospects are important, and we're here to help you prepare for the world of work.

Whether you've just joined ARU or you're starting to think about graduation, the Employability Service can support you with career planning, job searches, interview preparation and more. We also organise a host of events, including careers fairs, workshops and opportunities to meet employers.

Our monthly blog shares tips and features on preparing for the world of work.

If you'd like to catch up in person, simply drop in to see us in Cambridge or Chelmsford.

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26 November 2020

There are many opportunities within almost any industry sector that interests you – and you don’t always need a business degree. Here, Employability & Careers Adviser Beth Chafik writes about what ‘working in business’ could actually mean for you. Read more…

27 October 2020

It’s now easier than ever to mingle with potential employers as ARU Careers Fairs go virtual for the first time this year. However, the thought of meeting relative strangers can be daunting. This blog will help you prepare for Fairs and embrace these exciting networking opportunities… Read more…

1 October 2020

Did you know that over 5.4 million employees (1) or put another way, 1 in 6 employed people in the UK work in the public sector? So many opportunities for so many different degrees... Read more…

23 September 2020

Every new academic year brings excitement and expectations and it is always lovely to see our students, new and returning, back with us. Of course, this year things are different but still full of great things for everyone... Read more…

11 September 2020

We hear about the hidden job market all the time, but does it really exist? This blog looks at ways to find work from vacancies that were not advertised. Read more…

24 August 2020

Being interested and passionate about your job is a key ingredient to a happy and fulfilling graduate career. This blog looks at why passion plays an important part of your career planning process. Read more…

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