King's Careers and Employability

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King's College London was founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington in 1829 making it the fourth oldest university in England. With over 27,600 students and almost 6,800 employees, King’s provides world-class teaching and cutting-edge research.

King’s Careers & Employability provides expert and tailored careers advice to the students of King’s College London.

Students are aware that employers want more than a degree classification on application forms, and as such work hard to increase their employability. King’s Careers & Employability offers numerous opportunities to set students apart in the world of graduate work.

Their Careers Service offers;

> Support and advise on CVs, covering letters and application forms

> Interview advice and mock interviews

> Employer recruitment solutions

With six different careers fairs, including the King’s Part-time Work Fair, Law Fair and Finance, Consulting & Technology Fair and four careers series, featuring the King’s Assessment Centre Series, Public Policy Series and Creative Careers Series, hosting employers on campus is directly embedded into their strategy. This way, King’s students can find out first-hand what employers look for and tailor their approach to becoming employable.


Location:
King's Careers and Employability
King's College London
Level 1, Macadam Building
Surrey Street
London
WC2R 2LS

 

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