Tag: careers

Writing a CV for a job in the Technology Industry

This is the CV Blog you need to get into the Technology Industry

My Journey Through Finance – #SU Edition

Introduction Growing up I’ve always known that I wanted to be involved in the finance industry, from studying economics and mathematics at A-level to accounting and finance at University and now working as a Graduate Tax Consultant at Deloitte. My desire to be a part of the industry has grown. I have explored several areas…
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Studying abroad and its benefits for career development

This blog is a personal account of a member of SkillStruct University and their experience studying abroad and how it changed their career for the better

A digital forensic breakdown – #SU Edition

An insight into the world of digital forensics and the misconceptions

Internship insights with SkillStruct

This is a intern insight giving their experience of working for a early careers tech firm

A fresh(ers) guide to coding – #SU Edition

A guide to software development from a University student

FYP Success: Musicology in the form of PI (Part two)

The 2nd part of the dissertation blog, which breaks down the fundamentals to have a successful final year project (dissertation).

Why we should all know about Computer Science – #SU Edition

Intro The futuristic ideas of the capabilities of technology are no longer a distant hypothesis, but a reality in our present. No longer are virtual personal assistants a fantasy. Self-driving cars are no longer a far-fetched idea and space exploration is not a concept from science-fiction entertainment. In the blog, I am going to highlight…
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How to move after Graduation – #SU Edition

This blog is for graduates and how to start planning your career, education yourself and searching for jobs

Life after University – #SU Edition

Intro You have graduated from university. After graduation, you ask yourself what is next. There are many choices you can make. You could travel around the world. You could do a masters. You might or might not know what you want to do next. Do not worry, there is plenty of time to think about…
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