Write CVs and applications

Writing CVs and cover letters, completing application forms, taking aptitude tests, and preparing for interviews and assessment centres.

You’ll have gained a lot from your time at university, but employers won’t automatically recognise that. It’s up to you to “sell it” to them. If your degree is vocational or the subject is relevant to the job, this can be more straightforward. If not, you'll have to demonstrate to employers how your degree has enhanced your skill set.  What skills have you developed, beyond the subject-specific ones?

Understand yourself

Advice on what to include in your CV and how to structure it

Make use of CV360 to get instant feedback on your CV before booking a feedback appointment with us.

Advice on what to include in your CV and how to structure it.

Information on references including how many references you will have to provide, who you should ask, what information you need to provide and references for postgraduate study.

How to answer common application form questions

Answers to key questions about how to present your qualifications in applications.

Advice on applying for further study, including examples of CVs and personal statements.

Employers expect applicants to show evidence of commercial or business awareness. Find out how to develop this.