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We're inviting current University Students and Graduates from the past 3 Years to be some of the first on our new platform coming next month and we're giving away £100 worth of vouchers of your choice to the best submission!

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Suggestion of things to Include in Your Video:

General Information:

  1. Full Name

  2. University

  3. Degree Type

  4. When you started and when you expect to graduate

What you have done and what you have learned:

  1. I chose to do these modules/courses because

  2. What skills you have built from the different courses

  3. What grades you have achieved or expect to achieve

What you have done outside of University:

  1. Work Experience

  2. Personal Projects

  3. Life Achievements (e.g. Marathon, Performed Comedy)

  4. Societies and Clubs

What are your Strengths, Where do you wish to develop:

  1. What do you perform best at and what are examples?

  2. Where do you wish to develop and explain why?

What are your career aspirations:

  1. What sort of job do you want to do and why?

  2. Do you have a specific industry you are interested in?

  3. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

What are your Hobbies and Interests:

  1. Music

  2. Literature

  3. Arts

  4. Travel

  5. Etc.

Anything that makes you stand out from the crowd:

  1. ​Languages

  2. Special Awards and Achievements

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Thank you!

Example:

First Name: Fred

Last Name: Wilson

Email: **********@abdn.ac.uk

Phone: +44**********

Top Tip: CAR

Challenge:

Talk about a challenge you had to overcome.

e.g:

  • "I was working on a team project for my university course, we were struggling to work collectively as a group."
     

Action:

Talk about what you did to try and fix the situation.

  • "I decided to organise a lunch at the pub to get to know each other better and discuss our project in a more informal and social environment."
     

Result:

Talk about the result of your action (It doesn't always have to be a success!)

  • "The next day we had a mild hangover but everyone understood our plan for the project better and their role, the number of messages in our group chat doubled representing a significant increase in communication. I learnt that little things like a change in environment can have a significant effect on the outcome of a meeting."

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