Here is a range of resources produced by Student Careers and Skills to help students make the most of their post university options. It is aimed at both International students and those seeking an international career.
This Moodle module offers support in:
- Understanding the Options
- Planning your career
- Researching opportunities
- Writing effective applications (and CVs) as well as tackling interviews and assessment centres
This Moodle modules aims to help students
- Reflect on your career aims and skills/experience
- Make the most of your time at Warwick
- Find companies, sectors and vacancies to apply to and match your skills to the role and be able to evidence motivation to work for the company
- Be more effective at the first stage of application by clear evidencing and demonstrating skills
- Be more successful at interviews and assessment centres
- Able to manage your careers and self development post university
In this introduction to digital literacy skills, you’ll understand how we’ve defined digital literacy as a core skill. You will also discover a range of digital literacy subskills, understand why they are important, and learn how you can develop them further.
Completion of this course will earn you 1 Core Skills Point towards the Warwick Award and will take you around 2 hours to complete. To unlock this point, you will be asked to complete a short reflection on the Award platform once you've finished the course.
You’re also strongly recommended to complete the JISC Digital Capabilities Tool – if you haven’t done so already – before you start this course. It will help you assess what confidence you have in your own digital literacy skills right now, and you’ll earn an extra Core Skills Point towards the Warwick Award.
All images in this course have been sourced from Unsplash and are used under Creative Commons.
Warwick Award Core Skills: An Introduction to Communication
In this introduction to communication skills, you’ll understand how we’ve defined communication as a core skill. You will also learn how to recognise the different communication subskills, understand how they can be used, and begin to practise and apply them. Finally, you will also have the chance to discover more about careers in communications.
Completion of this course will earn you 1 Core Skills Point towards the Warwick Award and will take you around 90 minutes to complete. To unlock this point, you will be asked to complete a short reflection on the Award platform once you've finished the course.