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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My job in higher ed: Les Back, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London

My job in higher ed: Les Back, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London
Les’ new book Academic Diary chronicles his 25 years in higher education in the form of a journal spanning the academic year. He tells us about the writing process and his bond to the south-east London university where he’s served as both student and professor.
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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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