UCL  Career

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Todo_09/04/2020:

1 skill use 5 points to narrow, remove keynte

2 move exhibition and honor to page two

3 website change to portfolio

4 Education and experience:UCL left, date and location right

5 leave more space to page one

book a slot with Emility next Wednesday

Todo_08/04/2020:

1 check the grammary (all)

AAR:To solve which problem?  to vision for future architecture…combine…

2 prepare emails, attach position descriptions,

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Questions:

1 Honor sperate(unrelated to the new field) or integrate as it is now

2 is it too wooly?

3 name propore? Surname first, English name in bracket

4 skills take too much space, should I narrow it and add my focused area.

video to watch

here

online tutorial: here

Social media

UCL alumni: job information, finalize profile here

For further question, book appointment: here

Slides

Todo:

1 finish online tutorial

2 new version CV, then book application appointment

To understand where you are now, how informed do you currently feel in relation to writing an effective CV and cover letter? Consider your knowledge of the following:

how employers assess CVs

  • how to decode job descriptions and person specifications
  • why transferrable skills matter
  • different CV structures and those most appropriate to you
  • how to tailor your CV to a specific opportunity
  • whether personal profiles matter
  • how to make your academic and work experience relevant
  • what to include in a cover letter

The first step when approaching your CV is to identify the skills and experience that the employer is looking for from the person specification, job description, website or job advert. Here’s an example of an employer giving details of the role and requirements – see the area highlighted ‘Essential‘.