After you have graduated in the UK you have several options open to you and choosing
the right path is not always an easy thing to do. But remember the 7 golden rules of job hunting:
Research the employer thoroughly, either via their website or calling their offices to get some more information sent out to you. Do searches online to see if you can find any articles or other information about the company online. The more you research the
company, the better chance you will have at an interview.
Understand your personal qualities such as your strengths and weaknesses. If you can make a list of these, you will be able to draw on them in an interview.
Wherever possible, mail your resume to the company unless it specifically asks for you to submit it via email. This shows you have put in more effort and allows you to be more creative in terms of presentation.
Always follow-up with companies when you have sent in your resume for a job. After 1 or 2 weeks, call them to make sure they have received your resume.
When you get to an interview, always practice as much as possible. There are many good websites where you can practice mock questions. This along with your research of the company should give you a good chance.
If not given, always ask for a written job description and company prospectus or profile
At the interview, always wear a business suit, keep your general appearance neat and tidy and remain confident with eye contact and strong, firm answers.
This allows non-EU/EEA students who have graduated from Irish higher education institutions to remain in Ireland
Must have been notified in writing by the relevant awarding body or institution on or after 1 January 2017 that they have achieved the award for which they had enrolled as a student.
Must hold a current Stamp 2 student immigration permission and an up-to- date immigration registration card, and must apply within six months of being notified by the relevant awarding body or institution that they have achieved the award for which they had enrolled as a student.
Must not have already exceeded the seven-year limit on their permission as a non-EEA national student in the State.