Month: June 2015

Taking a career break? Here’s how to earn while you travel

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

  Whether you’re embarking on a pre- or post-uni gap year or you’re taking a career break to broaden your horizons and reassess your career goals, travelling is an exciting and potentially life-changing experience. Yet how do you pay for that experience? Rather than dip into savings, why not work while you travel? Your finances [Read more…]

Which ‘Get Involved’ area is right for you?

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

We’re always delighted when our alumni return to their former college to give something back, and we’ve got plenty of ways for you to do the same. But which ‘Get Involved’ area should you choose? Of course, we want you to get involved in as many ways as possible, but some people may be more [Read more…]

Five body language tips to ace that job interview

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

Every job interview is different and no matter how much preparation you do, there’s always a chance you’ll get a curveball question that could jeopardise the whole thing. So what should you do? Prepare answers? Yes. Research the role and company? Definitely. What about work on your body language? You may not have thought about [Read more…]

CTK staff and alumni in the Press

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

A number of exciting projects involving Christ the King staff and alumni are currently being featured in the national press. Below are details of two particularly interesting projects in the Arts and Academic sectors:The work of photographer and Christ the King Alumni Dav Stewart has been added to the prestigious National Portrait Gallery collection: Photographer [Read more…]

Life as a singer-songwriter: A former Music Tech student’s story

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

Cassie Graves has big plans for the future. She may only be 24-years-old but if her five-year plan is anything to go by then we’re sure to be seeing a lot more of her in the future. “In five years’ time I’ll hopefully be at the Grammys with 10 awards – an ‘Adele’ evening would [Read more…]