30 Things for all English students to consider

1. Remember to say "thank you". 2. Perspective is everything. Where your thoughts lead, your life will go. 2. It’s not about you. Nothing ever is. 3. Establish your own measures of success. Do this early on, and never look back. 4. Find courage in purpose and ideas, not some abstraction like “inside yourself.” Purpose … Continue reading 30 Things for all English students to consider

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What do most people do with an English degree?

Many graduates who complete an English Language or Literature degree start their careers in the media as some form of journalist. You may have to apply for an internship role or complete a trial period before being hired, then start training such as the industry-standard National Council for the Training of Journalists professional qualification. Whether … Continue reading What do most people do with an English degree?

Looking for a grad job?!

We've found lots of graduate jobs on the Guardian website! Here's one in particular that is suitable for School of English students graduating soon... Get applying now! Holly and Connor x Graduate Programme Full-time, fixed-term contract (18 months) Salary: £21,000 per annum Location:  Cambridge The perfect foundation for a great career If you are driven, … Continue reading Looking for a grad job?!

Supported graduate internships in Europe (language skills not required)

The University is now part of a very exciting agreement with a company called Accentuate who offer a Graduate programme across certain European countries.  Although they are unpaid graduate internships the company have funding to pay for the flights, accommodation and enough money for the graduates travel and food whilst abroad. Accentuate (North East) Limited … Continue reading Supported graduate internships in Europe (language skills not required)