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If you’re reading this then you are probably looking for a job, you may have noticed employers asking for a CV. A good CV, or Curriculum Vitae (a Latin phrase for the ‘courses of my life’) can get you far in life, and it is a very important document to have with you if you’re on the job hunt. Don’t worry if you have not written a CV before, or have little knowledge on how to build your CV. This article has all the information you need to get the ball rolling on your CV writing. Continue reading “How to write an excellent CV?”
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Being a university student may seem like child’s play to most people, but you and I know that’s not true. Balancing classes, assignments, exams, assessments, placements, independent living, social pressure, and large student debts can be pretty challenging for today’s average urban student.
Adding a part time job to peak precariously on that mountain of responsibilities may seem silly, yet students both international and local vie and compete for part time jobs. International students who are privately sponsored or receive a partial scholarship commonly seek out a part time job in order to put some yin (money) into their yang (bank accounts). Every student knows one can never have enough money. Continue reading “Job hunting 101”
From gaining independence, to experiencing a new culture, we know that studying abroad has many, many advantages. Today, we’re going to discuss how studying abroad will greatly improve your employment options, and how to make your Resume/CV look good with this experience.
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