My job in higher ed: Nathalie Naveda, University of St Gallen

My job in higher ed: Nathalie Naveda, University of St Gallen
Nathalie explains how she manages the recruiting, marketing and admissions of St Gallen’s SIM-HSG programme, which has been ranked #1 by the Financial Times for six consecutive years.
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The biggest investment a young professional can make

The biggest investment a young professional can make
This month I released my first book, Soft Skills for Young Pros. I wrote this book with the intention to help young people bridge the gap between higher education and the real world.
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Three careers events to prepare students for employment

Three careers events to prepare students for employment
It’s well reported that students across the UK are increasingly more likely to see themselves as consumers than generations before them. Last year, the Guardian reported on how the UK HE system is following the transactional, students-as-customers trend long established in the US.
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My job in higher ed: Michael Denzler, University of St Gallen

My job in higher ed: Michael Denzler, University of St Gallen
Michael is IT admin support for the University of St Gallen MBA programme. He explains how the technology landscape of higher education is changing and how being a student helps him understand the IT requirements of his peers.
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The business case for hiring autistic team members

The business case for hiring autistic team members
Viola Sommer is Head of Operations at Auticon, a company which employs adults on the autistic spectrum as IT consultants. She explains how autistic adults' distinctive cognitive abilities can make them genuine assets to a UK IT sector gripped by a skills shortage.
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My job in higher ed: Jean de Villeneuve, Hult International Business School

My job in higher ed: Jean de Villeneuve, Hult International Business School
Jean is Sr. Director of Career Development and Corporate Relations – Europe and Global Head of Alumni Relations at Hult International Business School. He tells us how he and his team help Hult students transition from study to employment and how the school stays in touch with its diverse and international alumni.
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My job in higher ed: Jillian Neasom, Fulbright Commission

My job in higher ed: Jillian Neasom, Fulbright Commission
Jillian is Senior Programme Manager and Educational Advisor at Fulbright Commission. She tells us about helping British students study in America and the key differences between the UK and US admissions processes.
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How to make the most of a university careers fair

How to make the most of a university careers fair
As a 2015 MBA alumnus working in the higher education industry, I’d take no hesitation in encouraging current students to attend career fairs and recruitment days. From my experience, these events see visiting companies set up a stall and engage with students through Q&As, talks and interviews, and offer merchandise. For students, these events present new opportunities, new relationships, access to first-hand knowledge, and an opportunity to represent their universities.
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My job in higher ed: Thuli Skosana, Copenhagen Business School

My job in higher ed: Thuli Skosana, Copenhagen Business School
Thuli tells us what she looks for in MBA applicants, why Scandinavian education is leading the pack and what makes the Danish capital such a student-friendly city.
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My job in higher ed: Santiago Garcia, Grenoble Graduate School of Business

My job in higher ed: Santiago Garcia, Grenoble Graduate School of Business
The Dean and Director of Grenoble Graduate School of Business tells us how he worked his way up from working in a university restaurant to Dean of a triple-accredited business school.
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