Degree Plus Five-Minute Explainer
Whether you are graduating this year or just want to bank the award early, Eimear Gallagher, who heads up Queen’ s employability programme, is here to answer all your burning questions in our blog.
Careers blog: Degree Plus Five-Minute Explainer
What is the Degree Plus Employability Festival?
Lunch and learn all about Queen’s employability award on 11 November from 12.30pm- 1.30pm.
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Why are there two types of Degree Plus and what are they?
At Queen’s, we refer to the two types of Degree Plus award using the terms ‘Provider Verified’ (formerly Route A) and ‘Combined Experience’ (formerly Route B) – but what do these terms mean and what is the difference? Eimear Gallagher, who leads the Degree Plus team at Queen’s, is here with this quick explainer in our blog.
What kind of activities can I do to get Degree Plus?
Degree Plus recognises the skills and experience you have built up during your extracurricular activities at Queen’s. The two important elements being that you have to take part in the activity while you are at Queen’s and that the activity must not be part of your course. Read more in our blog.
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Why do employers value Degree Plus?
When it comes to articulating the skills you have developed during your time at Queen’s, Degree Plus is a great tool to have in your armour. Read our blog to find out why.
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The 12 Skills to Improve While you are Queen’s
You might already have heard of DegreePlus, Queen’s employability and skills award that recognises extra-curricular activities. It looks great on your CV, but why? Find out in our blog.
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