What have York students been saying and hearing around the city recently? A lot. Here’s a summary of our favourite comments.
Ah, halls of residence, how easy we had it then! On campus, everything was polished and picked up after by the cleaning staff. That communal kitchen food fight? Bad dream. The pile of washing up you left in the sink? Miraculously gone.
Any alumni will tell you that it doesn’t take much to entice you to come back to York but what in particular should you be looking out for this festive season?
“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.”
Ah, the good old days. Never late or under prepared for anything with your uber-organised and unflappable PA, a.k.a ‘Mum’, at the helm of your academic, personal and sporting schedule.
1. Don’t be afraid of work experience. … But don’t be taken advantage of! I started out hearing how new entrants can be exploited, and […]
Answer: too long.
York grad Jennifer Rudd reminisces about her finest moments
The geese, the scenery, the dubious nightlife…
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We asked our University of York alumni on LinkedIn: What were the hardest life changes after graduating from the Uni of York? What should the Class of 2014 expect? Most of their answers were career-related. So if you’re in a post-graduation career pickle this will give you a hand.
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