As student recruitment officer at Christie’s Education, I travel internationally meeting students all over the world to explain some of the work and educational opportunities that are available.
Post – graduate study may be something to consider to fine polish your skills set, whilst enjoying one more year as a student. Employers and education providers like Christie’s come to university campuses to engage with the next generation of bright minds. Universities such as Kent offer stellar programmes and are highly ranked in university tables, and are, therefore, an extra lure for organisations such as ours, to attract the best students and employees.
Students should come to career development events in order to better inform themselves as to the range of opportunities available to them after university. The graduate world can be a daunting place and a minefield of online resources, but connecting with experts in their chosen field in person is an essential part of a graduate’s career search.
Our recommendations for undergraduates include visiting the right career development sessions offered by their universities and connecting with organisations that are relevant to them. Careful selection of particular institutions is a better option than overwhelming oneself with attending too many information sessions. Starting this research early whilst still a student a good idea, rather than waiting until just before graduation.
Christie’s Education welcomes you to join us at our presentation on the 23rd October – “Master’s study in Art, Law and Business and Art Industry career pathways”. @ChristiesEdu www.christies.edu