Tag Archives: Job Hunting

Keeping a record of achievements: why it’s important to remember the things you forgot

Working in student support is certainly a fulfilling and worthy area of employment in a University environment. Of course, a University thrives on the academic quality and the teaching spaces. But let’s not forget about the teams of administrative support … Read More »

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Do I need a degree to work in Higher Education?

The short answer is no, as universities and colleges are committed to access to their institutions for their employees as well as their students.  If you have suitable work experience, and depending of course on the role you’re applying for, … Read More »

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New Year, New Career? Why not try working in Higher Education?

This is my first post and this blog is one of my own New Year’s Resolutions that so many of us have. This started me thinking about how many people plan on changing career at the start of the year, … Read More »

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UK Higher Education: An Industry Open to All

I was talking to a friend who works for a university in a non-academic post. She has been there for a couple of years and feels that her current role has reached the point where there is no prospect for … Read More »

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