Cast your mind back to when you joined the university. Remember all those people queuing up to talk about the different services at the University? No matter which subject you’re studying, one of those people was probably a Careers Adviser, encouraging you to come and visit the Careers and Employability Service. But what actually happens
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Presenting your research ideas for the first time can be a daunting prospect. It’s the unknowns really – what will they think of my topic, my method, my stats, my hair?! Fear not, young Padawan learners, we are here to help. The annual STC is not only an opportunity for you to present your research,
Tony Taylor from the University of Hull Careers and Employability Service outlines the benefits of networking and shares his top tips for networking success.
One of the most useful things you can do on the run up to the event is to look into the power of using a very simple technique called ‘Mindfulness’.
Hi I’m Emma, over the next 4 weeks I will be posting ideas and suggestions to help support you on the run up to STC. My posts will include handy tips and techniques on giving a presentation, advice on managing your nerves/anxiety and generally helping you feel organised!