Student-focused, step-by-step guides
Geography students develop a diverse range of skills throughout their studies. Communicating this to employers through a structured and comprehensive CV is key.
The University of Birmingham has provided a step-by-step guide to putting together an effective CV and covering letter which could be used with groups of students of individuals. The guide includes example CVs and incorporates reverse-chronological, skills-based and academic CVs.
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University College London has produced annotated examples of CVs appropriate for different types of job applications.
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View our resource on key careers skills and actions for geographers, with links to more of our resources and external sources.
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