A new award aimed at improving students’ employability has just celebrated its successful pilot year.
Celebrity TV stylist Mark Heyes shared his top tips for dressing for interviews on Monday, November 15th at fashion event Dress for Success.
From self-employment workshops, Dress for Success and the graduate careers fair, the university’s Enterprise and Employability Week has much to offer.
Job interviews are stressful enough, without worrying about what to wear. Now help is at hand with fashion event “Dress for Success”.
We asked three of Lincoln’s 2010 graduates how they’re getting on in the big, bad world. Here’s what they had to say.
After her success at impressing the Lincoln Dragons at last week’s ‘Perfect Pitch’ competition, winner Sophie Bulgin talks to The Linc about her success and what happens next.
Enterprise@Lincoln hosted a Dragon’s Den-style competition, giving young entrepreneurs the chance to pitch their business idea and win £5,000.
Phillip Taylor, aka Pants Man of the BBC show ‘The Apprentice’, talked at the University of Lincoln’s free business society, Deviate, about how to get where you want to be in the world of business.
With regular jobs still hard to come by, some students at the University of Lincoln like Brooke Charlesworth, are finding creative ways of funding their studies.