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We've got 3 prizes up for grabs worth a total of £600 in our new student competition! Enter to win and let us treat you to a £200 interview outfit from ASOS!
.... And the best bit is, you can enter through both social channels for a higher chance of winning! For an extra entry, follow us on social media and gain another entry by tagging a friend (multiple entries are allowed, the more friends you tag the more entries you gain!)
- Win one of 3 x £200 ASOS vouchers!
- Register with Give A Grad A Go
- Comment on competition posts with the year you graduate
- Follow us on social media
- Tag your friends!
*Scroll down for full competition Terms & Conditions*
If you're one of the three lucky ASOS £200 gift card winners, here's what you could buy yourself with the money!
1. There are so many great candidates out there with some really good degree results and solid CVs, so competition is tough! We recommend you begin preparing for the job application process, by regularly checking and keeping your CV and LinkedIn up-to-date. This will help to ensure that when the time comes, you are one of the first graduates to start applying and attending interviews, avoiding a manic rush after graduation. Connecting with Recruitment Consultants early will also help to get your name out there early on. Here are some simple ways you can boost your LinkedIn profile.
2. We know that studying can be hard work, and we speak from experience when we say that sometimes it is good to break off and concentrate on something else for a while, before you end up pulling your hair out. Why not use this time to be productive and browse graduate jobs so you have a better idea which career path you might want to take, ready to take the leap from part-time student to full-time working professional!
3. It’s best to have an interview outfit planned as soon as or, even better, before you start applying for jobs. If a company likes your profile and wants to meet you for an interview, they might only give one or two days notice! Do you have appropriate formal clothing to wear or will you need to buy something smart especially? If you're stuck or unsure, can a friend help you out with something you can borrow? Or is there a student competition running where you could win your whole interview outfit completely free??
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