Are you wondering which leadership skills you need to step into a new management role? In this article, I shall offer you some key guidance, tips, and tools to help you succeed.
You can find a wide range of business jobs in the UK Higher Education (HE) sector. Whether you are interested in developing your career within the sector or you would like to get your first job within education, you are likely to find some exciting vacancies.
Most of us will have several jobs during our career. However, we seldom reflect on the importance of a professional handover. Completing a handover for the person who will ultimately replace you requires a lot of diligent work and organisation.
Marketing is a fascinating professional area. It is a fast-evolving field that can offer exciting career development opportunities. If you are a creative person who enjoys solving problems and thinking outside the box, marketing might be the perfect career for you.
Did you know that there is a wide range of student support jobs available within universities? You could have the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of young people and help them succeed.
In this article we have focused on tips to help you find your first graduate job: In 2019-20, UK universities awarded 761,215 qualifications. Based on statistics, undergraduate qualifications made up approximately 60% of these while close to 40% were postgraduate degrees.
The Higher Education sector offers a wide range of opportunities for those interested in developing a career in IT. Would you like to work as a business analyst? A web developer? Would you prefer managing IT projects? Are you good at problem-solving and coming up with creative solutions? If you…>
Universities and academic institutions need web developers who can create engaging websites and maintain them. In the following article, I have highlighted some guidance on how to create a successful CV if you are applying for a web developer role within the Higher Education sector.
Have you recently stepped into a management role or have you been managing people for a few years? Many people working in Higher Education (HE) agree that keeping your team happy and motivated is challenging. In the following article, I have collected some guidance to help to keep your team…>
Many Higher Education (HE) managers face a variety of challenges such as limited careers support, job uncertainty, anxiety and working in isolation. Support for mental health awareness and wellbeing is becoming a priority within the HE sector.