Ireland’s Official Graduate Careers Fair is taking place on Wednesday 3rd October 2018 in the RDS Simmonscourt. This event is your opportunity to meet leading employers, course providers, careers advisors and find out all the opportunities available to you! Still not convinced? We have put together five reasons why you should attend Ireland’s largest graduate careers event! It’s Ireland’s Official and Best* Graduate Careers Fair Whether … Continue reading 5 Reasons why you should attend the Graduate Careers Fair
October 1st sees the publication of the 12th annual edition of Ireland’s 100 leading graduate employers. Ahead of the launch, we take a look at some of the key trends and topics identified by the students surveyed for this publication. For Ireland’s 100 leading graduate employers 2018/2019, gradireland surveyed 14,818 students from 24 HEIs across Ireland. The survey asks students which organisation they … Continue reading Ireland’s largest ever student survey reveals rising student optimism
We’ve put together our top tips for making the most out of next week’s Summer Fair! So have a read to listen to what our events manager Aisling Ní Mhuiri had to say ahead of next week’s fair at the RDS. Keep an open mind Employers hire graduates from all disciplines. So don’t pigeon-hole potential employers – IT companies need marketing, finance and language graduates; … Continue reading Our top tips for making the most out of the gradireland Summer Fair
By Paul Hall, Director in Consulting at Deloitte Paul reveals his top tips to live in the present as part of the Green Ribbon Mental Health Awareness Month, promoting open conversation about mental health. Staying present….. People often ask me how I manage to stay present and in the moment. The short answer is that I am not ALWAYS. I am just like everyone else … Continue reading Simple tips to live in the now
Paul Murphy, author of the recently published book ‘1000 Years of Careers Advice’, which contains 370+ pages of tips and career advice, writes on what some of the top tips he uncovered are. The below is just a small cross-section of some the advice in the book. The book interviews 100 graduates 10 years on from university about their career paths and imparts their advice … Continue reading New book: ‘1000 Years of Careers Advice’
April 26th 2018 saw the 12th gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards held at Dublin’s Mansion House, a gala event for over 500 of the country’s leading graduate recruiters, talent developers and industry stakeholders. As always, the awards were held in partnership with the Association of Higher Education Careers Services (AHECS) and this year’s headline sponsor, the Irish Management Institute (IMI). The 2018 event attracted well over 100 high-quality … Continue reading The 2018 gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards
Some of our top tips on making the sort of impression that will ensure your internship is remembered by your employer for all the right reasons. Congratulations, you’ve got the internship you wanted. Now comes the hard part. It’s one thing to be professional and to do what is expected of you by your managers and supervisors. But it’s another to go beyond that. The … Continue reading How to make the most of your internship opportunity.
So what is a graduate programme or graduate job? Isn’t it the case that any job done by a graduate is a ‘graduate job’? Well there’s a little bit more to it than that, within the graduate recruitment industry, a graduate job is a very specific thing. Firstly, as you’d expect, it’s a job offered by graduate recruiters – companies large enough to need a … Continue reading What is a graduate programme and why should you do one?
The countdown to the 2018 gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards begins in earnest today with the announcement of the shortlists for the event in the Round Room of Dublin’s Mansion House. These awards, kindly sponsored by the Irish Management Institute, are the main industry recognition event for graduate recruiters in Ireland and last year attracted over 550 guests to the spectacular gala awards evening, which was attended … Continue reading gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards 2018: Shortlist announced
gradireland took the chance to sit down with the winner of the National Student Challenge 2018, Ceithleann Ní Chonluain, to ask her about winning the challenge, what it means for her CV and what tips she would have future challengers? “When I was announced as winner, it wasn’t just surprise, it was total shock,” says Ceithleann, a few days after being announced as the winner … Continue reading Interview: gradireland NSC winner 2018