Almost every graduate job says they want at least 'a 2.1 in any discipline', or some variance.
Okey, but some degrees are far more practical than others. For example a degree in Engineering or Law
What do you do if you've studied something less tangible such as Social Sciences, English or Art (broadly speaking)?
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'a 2.1 in any discipline' - really? watch
- 04-02-2018 16:59
- 04-02-2018 17:01
In reality recruiters will want relevent degrees
- 05-02-2018 20:46
They want the skills which come with your degree, like communication if you've done presentations, teamwork if you've done group assignment, time management, etc. My friend was placed on a grad scheme for marketing and she studied zoology so it depends how much you can blag.