No matter whether you’re a recent graduate, in your final year, or just starting your university journey, these suggestions will help transform your application from boring to brilliant.
- Go beyond books
Volunteering and work placements can lead to future job opportunities, so approach them with your best foot forward. Ask for references from your superiors and include these in your graduate applications. Emphasising non-academic selling points is key to a model application that will ensure recruiters seek you out.
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- Highlight your industry credentials
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- Demonstrate your expertise
Ultimately, creating a winning application is about identifying your strengths and tailoring them to the potential job. If you ensure your application reflects your best attributes, you’re sure to reap career rewards.
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