Study Your Way to Your Perfect Career
How to Become a Successful Student, Fast, and Then Make it Count
- Lucinda Becker - Reading University, UK
Career Development | Career Development | Undergradute Study Skills
Taking into account academic, personal, and practical experiences, it helps you make the most of all the opportunities your course has to offer:
- Offers savvy insider hints to help you prepare yourself for university ‘firsts’, like tutorials, lectures, group projects and dissertations
- Encourages you to think about how your achievements and experiences help you curate the skills and qualities future employers want to see
- Demonstrates how making the right choices at university can be a springboard into professional and personal development.
With a confidence-building tone, helpful tips and a host of relatable examples, this book doesn't just help you get started at university - it helps you make it count.
Student Success is a series of essential guides for students of all levels. From how to think critically and write great essays to boosting your employability and managing your wellbeing, the Student Success series helps you study smarter and get the best from your time at university.
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A comprehensive ‘how to’ for students transitioning to university. Clear and easy to follow, with wonderful insider tips and reminders about the importance of career planning and a holistic approach to study and preparation for professional life.
Becker has thought of everything! This is a superbly comprehensive book supporting students in every step of their university journey and beyond; from overcoming the anxiety of those first days to ensuring good academic performance, developing that into a rewarding career.
I liked the book but it seems better for first year UG students than for 3rd year as I had planned, so I'm going to recommend it to a colleague for a first year module.
Essential information included within this book for students entering higher education, but is also applicable to those later on in their degree and when going out in to the world of work. Really interesting and logical display of information.