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I Got Hired: My Placement Year with the Bank of England

Posted on: 25 November 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Adam Day is a student on the BA Business Economics with a Year in Industry degree. He has just returned to the University to complete his final year after spending 13 months in a placement role, working as a Research Assistant at the Bank of England in London.\n\nHe talks about his course, working at the Bank of England, and the benefits of gaining work experience and making the most of what university has to offer.


Working at EY

Posted on: 25 November 2019 | Category: Interview with a Recruiter

In this short interview, Jane from the Student Recruitment Team gives some insight into working at EY. She highlights the opportunities available, what sets them apart as an employer and outlines what EY is looking for in recruits.


Working at Hays Recruitment

Posted on: 6 November 2019 | Category: Interview with a Recruiter

Helen and Nicole are Business Management students from the University of Liverpool, who are currently completing their placement at Hays Recruitment. Watch this short interview to learn about their journey to finding a placement, the recruitment process at Hays and what their working day looks like.


The power of networking on finding a graduate role

Posted on: 30 October 2019 | Category: Case Studies

After completing her internship, Helena fell in love with a role that proves difficult to break into. In this short interview, she discusses how she was offered her dream job over lunch with an employer, the skills needed to be a company secretary and dispels myths about what her role entails day-to-day.


My placement at Unilever

Posted on: 15 July 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Lily completed a placement at Unilever- watch this short video to find out all about it!


Engineering placement in innovation

Posted on: 15 July 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Dan took part in an engineering placement, working on developing a product. Find out what skills he learnt in this short video!


Enterprise internship at LAB by Capacity

Posted on: 15 July 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Aliema undertook an internship at LAB by Capacity to improve her marketing and communications skills. Watch this short video to find out how she did this.


From chemistry to commercial

Posted on: 11 June 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Fizah is a graduate from 2018 who completed a degree in chemistry, nonetheless has started a graduate career in commercial at Johnson Matthey. In this short interview she explores her challenges moving from a lab-based role to a customer-facing one, highlights her work experience and outlines her plans going forward.


From a geography degree to a career in business!

Posted on: 7 June 2019 | Category: Case Studies

Olivia recently completed her BA Geography degree at the University of Liverpool, however has secured a graduate role with BT in project management. Find out what set her apart from other candidates, what skills learnt in her degree she highlights in the recruitment process and what the BT recruitment process is like first-hand.


My career hasn't gone to plan...but that's not a bad thing!

Posted on: 13 May 2019 | Category: Case Studies

In this short interview, Dr Jaclyn Bell highlights her journey from a Bachelor to Masters and finally completing a PhD at the University of Liverpool and her experiences not knowing what career she wanted at the end. She explores the mistakes she made along the way and regrets she has about her University time.


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    I Got Hired: My Placement Year with the Bank of England

    Posted on: 25 November 2019 | Category: Case Studies

    Adam Day is a student on the BA Business Economics with a Year in Industry degree. He has just returned to the University to complete his final year after spending 13 months in a placement role, working as a Research Assistant at the Bank of England in London. He talks about his course, working at the Bank of England, and the benefits of gaining work experience and making the most of what university has to offer.


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