Working in the UK
ACCA is also working with the International Student Internship Scheme to offer international students a channel to staying in the UK to intern.
As a university student, you are eligible to work for up to 20 hours a week. Here is everything you need to know about your right to work in the UK.
You can submit your CV as part of your application to universities to demonstrate your professional or academic experience. It can also be the key to a great career.
Finding a job in UK is a strenuous task. If you maintain a consistency in your job hunt process, you might be able to find your dream job.
As an international student, volunteering will help you to improve your employability skills along with personal growth and development.
It is not easy for every graduate to get a job in the UK. However, the master courses with placements maybe can offer your more possibilities in your career.
The IFA has been established since 1916 and is an internationally recognised membership body for professional accountants.
Working for an NGO can be a challenging activity. However, it is also the most satisfying job. This is the list of 10 reasons why you should join an NGO during university time.