Led by research teams at the University of York and Goldsmiths, University of London, Precarious Trajectories gave a voice to refugees, through personal testimonies, forensic analysis and film.
“For me, York really was the only place to do a history degree.”
Looking back at my first day, I was really nervous. But also really excited. Now I’ve been here nearly six months, and the time has gone really quickly, but – from toilet encounters to mass wrong-address emails, I’ve learnt a few things along the way…
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“Looking back on my time at York, there wasn’t a term that went by without the opportunity to give back to the community, or grow […]
Networking is essential if you want to make the most of your opportunities as a new graduate. As a York alum, you can network with thousands of experienced, well-connected alumni at the top of their professions.
Alumna Chantelle Nyarko is an internal recruiter at Credit Suisse. A member of our YAA Networks, she shares her five tips for getting that dream job.
Every year, graduands plough through dozens of job applications in the hope that they’ll land a coveted graduate scheme. They fill out forms, write CVs […]
They may all have the University of York in common but since graduating their vocation has taken them to all sorts of different teaching establishments, […]
During the six weeks of Summer Institute – the crash course in teacher training all Teach First participants undergo – our tutors frequently told us that the next two years would be ‘the hardest experience of our lives’.
The Embassy co-ordinates the activities of the UK government in Sweden, and works with the Swedish government and other institutions on international political and economic issues.
“Networking is the best way to use your connections. Meeting people, being interested in what they do, ask them questions, discuss business deals. This is what creates opportunities.”