Available Podcasts

Why study for a Masters
About studying a Masters degree at Exeter
This podcast was made by Rick Woolf. For more information about studying a Masters degree at Exeter, please go to http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate
This podcast was made by Rick Woolf. For more information about studying a Masters degree at Exeter, please go to http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate
Prepare for the Fair
All the information you need to make the most of a Careers Fair

Music: Don Taylor - Baby Jump www.podsafeaudio.com Voiceovers by Chloe Aust and Sam Parish
Application process
The information you need to write a really good application form.

Featuring: Mark Armitage - Careers Advisor, Careers and Employment Service Sally Jenkin - Recruitment Officer, Devon County Council Louise Tuffnel - Bloomberg LP Ali Taber - Pareto Law Melissa Boyce - Audit Manager, Exeter Office of Ernst and Young Voiceovers by Chloe Aust
Assessment Centres
Featuring: Paula Quinton-Jones, Graduate Recruitment Manager for the South Region, Deloitte Jessica Titchener, Second Year Law Student

Choosing a Career
A step-by-step guide to choosing the right career for you.
Voiceovers by Sam Parish and Chloe Aust
Disability
Information for students with disabilities about how to go about career planning.
Useful information available on www.prospects.ac.uk
Graduate Business Partnership
Information about the University of Exeter's Graduate project-based placement scheme.

Voice: Chloe Aust
Music: Don Taylor - Baby Jump www.podsafeaudio.com More information is available at www.exeter.ac.uk/employability/graduates/gbp.shtml
To apply for current opportunities send your CV and a covering letter quoting the reference of each placement to studentprojects@exeter.ac.uk or speak to Jane Gill, Employer Liason Officer, Careers and Employment Service on 01392 263844
If Only I Had Known
Top tips many graduates wish they had known
Voiceovers by Chloe Aust and Sam Parish. The Expert Scheme: http://www.ex.ac.uk/alumni/careers.shtml
International Students
International students' perspectives on developing employability
Interviews with Mary Macarthy, Careers Adviser, Careers and Employment Service and International students studying at Exeter University, including:Travis Inlaw,Fuhua Han,Tsai-Ju Lo
Shell STEP
Information about the national placement scheme enabling students to access quality work experience with small-medium sized companies

Music: Tripudio - 'Even Song' www.podsafeaudio.com. Voiceovers by Chloe Aust and Sam Parish
Studying Abroad
General Information About Studying Abroad
More information can be found at www.exeter.ac.uk/ises
Ed in Quebec
A Student's Experience Of Studying Abroad
Interview with Edd Flower, English and French student at University of Exeter about his experiences on a year in Canada
Telephone Interview
How to best present yourself in a telephone interview.

Value Of Volunteering
How you can benefit from volunteering and how the voluntary sector can benefit from you
Holly- Final Year English Student,Chris Hibbs - Community Project Advisor for Community Action,Voiceovers by Chloe Aust,Music: Tripudio - Even Song, www.podsafeaudio.com
Internships And Work Experience
Why work experience is important to you

Featuring: Melissa Boyce, Audit Manager, Exeter Office, Ernst and Young Chloe Aust, Exeter Graduate 2007 Andrea Laplate, Community Projects Advisor for Social Inclusion and Grants at the Community Council of Devon Music: Tripudio - Even Song www.podsafeaudio.com
Deloitte Interview
Interview with Paula Quinton-Jones, Graduate Recruitment Manager for the South Region, Deloitte.
More information about Deloitte can be found at www.deloitte.co.uk
Interview Success
How to best perform at interview
Paula Quinton Jones - Graduate Recruitment Manager, South Region, Deloitte
Featuring: Judy Mead - Careers Adviser, Careers and Employment Service Paula Quinton Jones - Graduate Recruitment Manager, South Region, Deloitte Graham Murphy - Head of Asset Management and Development, South West Water
Top Tips to Recession Proof Yourself
The UK economy is likely to fall into recession this year, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). According to the latest official figures, the UK economy did not grow at all in the second quarter of 2008. This dow

Chloe Aust

The podcasts have been recorded and edited by Chloe Aust. Chloe graduated with a BA in Philosophy and Politics in 2007. Chloe is aiming for a career in the radio industry as a broadcast journalist. She spent two and a half years volunteering for the Campus radio station 87.7 Xpression FM, including working for a year running the station in the role of Station Manager. Chloe has also had work experience at a number of radio stations including Power FM and Express FM in Portsmouth and London's XFM. She is returning to her hometown of Portsmouth in 2007-08 to do a postgraduate course in Broadcast Journalism at Highbury College.

‘This internship is going to help my career immensely. Podcasting is part of a range of new media that are taking over the radio industry, having experience in it is going to be key in the future. It is also giving me more to add to my CV in terms of speech- based radio - the area I wish to work in. Having done this internship is going to look fabulous from the eyes of prospective employers and hopefully give me the advantage over other applicants when I go for jobs’.

These podcasts were produced as part of a University of Exeter Internship based in the Careers and Employment Service.