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Entering the Commercial World

So, the third year of your degree is drawing to an end and the job application deadlines are looming. The choices are overwhelming. Do you go for a civil service fast-track business scheme? A post-graduate internship with Price Waterhouse Coopers? An increasingly competitive post-grad business training scheme with Deloitte? Getting into the business world has always been incredibly demanding as every company is searching for the cream of this year’s graduate crop, but this year’s graduates are facing an even harder challenge – trying to get a job in the period of the credit crunch.

There are certain prerequisites that can help you break into the commercial sector. Firstly, work experience is absolutely a key factor for success. If you do not have already some kind of relevant, paid or unpaid experience in the field of work that interests you most, now it is time to act. Most employers will be looking for graduates with a clear idea of the organisation and the market they will be working in. This can be achieved best by getting straight into the workplace and by finding out what your dream job really entails.

You have work experience but you are still not sure about graduate contracts? How about applying for a yearlong internship learning more about the kind of profession you think you would like to be a part of. An intern’s salary won’t be the same as a post-graduate training scheme, but the experience gained could lead to faster progress up the pay scale once you do get a job. If you’ve already got a job in mind but you’d like to partake in further studying of business, Ashridge provide a wealth of possibilities. They offer a wide range of MBA business courses which can be undertaken full-time or part-time depending on your existing commitments. They are an award-winning educational establishment which prides itself on producing theoretically and practically capable graduates, with the appropriate skills for them to thrive in the workplace. The MBAs are organised in specific skill areas such as Executive Coaching, Management and Consulting, allowing students to improve in the particular area they require. More general courses are also on offer, covering all aspects of business in slightly less detail but providing a well rounded knowledge of all the skills required to work in the commercial world.

One of the most obvious but crucial things to do whilst applying for business jobs, internships or further education is to keep abreast of the current commercial climate. In a constantly changing market potential employers or professors will want to see that you are on the ball and ready to adapt to the evolving demands of working in the exciting world of business.