This is all about skills. Employers are looking for transferable skills, and always want to know about more than just your qualifications.
One of our Career Development Advisers can help you to identify the skills you have gained from your degree, your extra-curricular activities, your work experience and anything you do in your spare time. They can also help you to identify ways you can gain additional skills and to think about how you might help a potential employer see what you have to offer.
Skills are the building blocks of a successful CV and interview process.
Download the Skills Workbook (pdf) to help you:
As a University of Brighton student and recent graduate, you have unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning.
An online library of video-based training courses covering anything from study skills to programming, presenting with confidence through to preparation for interviews.
All the videos are written and presented by industry and subject experts, helping you with your academic development and career aspirations.
Graduates First is an online platform available to you as one or our students or graduates.
Use your university email address to log in, if you haven't already registered.
Email the Careers and Employability team directly on email@example.com for a log in if you have not registered before.
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