Tagged: progression

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My research study journey: Biology & Ecology

We caught up with past INTO University of Exeter student Sarthok from Bangladesh. He shares his experience as an undergraduate researcher and tells us how this kicked started his degree in Conservation...

My year interning at Microsoft: Part 1

A big blog welcome to international student Stefaniia! She’s here to tell us about her study journey so far, and what it’s like on the inside of a multinational technology...

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Employability and social media

Your prime concern may be perfecting your CV, but if your social media presence online is lacking, it may have more of an effect on your job search than you realise....

How LinkedIn can land you that dream career

What is LinkedIn? LinkedIn is a social network site like Facebook, but more professional. It’s centred on careers, building professional relationships and networking with people in your industry – perfect...

7 LinkedIn tips for creating an awesome profile

Having an eye-catching profile will make all the difference when networking across LinkedIn – perfect for when taking those first steps into your career. Filling out your profile isn’t difficult,...

Celebrating graduation: class of 2015

This summer we celebrated the graduation of our students who progressed from our INTO centres to a UK university. We caught up with Reem, Meimei, Joey and Alina; they shared...

How studying abroad kick-started my career!

Tristan, from China, has just graduated with a MA in International Human Resources Management from Newcastle University, after studying a Graduate Diploma in Business and Humanities with INTO. We asked...

INTO Oregon State University student wins an amazing award

Abdulrahman, a former INTO Oregon State University student, won the Clara L. Simerville Award for International Education, which recognises an outstanding undergraduate student at Oregon State University. We are so proud of...

5 top tips for UCAS Clearing

Didn’t get the results you needed for your first choice of university? Don’t worry, there are other options. You could do an International Year One, which counts as the first year...