Cibyl would like to invite you to take part in their 15-minute survey discussing your time at university and your career aspirations.
Cibyl are a leading student market research consultancy in the UK and Ireland. They provide employers and universities across the nation, with unparalleled insights into students’ career thinking.
Annually, they conduct research with the purpose of understanding your experience with graduate recruitment. They want to empower employers and universities to take the steps necessary to ensure you are successful within your first graduate role.
Using your survey answers, Cibyl are offering every respondent a free career personality report. In this report, they detail your career personality type, how to enhance your skillset and different professions that may be of interest to you. This tool can be used to discover new career paths, find information about career opportunities, and direct you to the latest employer events.
Along with your career type report, you could also be in the chance of winning one of the following prizes:
- £100 Amazon gift card (given away every week!)
- A pair of Apple AirPods (two given away at close of survey)
- £500 gift voucher of your choice (two given away at close of survey)
Would you like to know more about Cibyl? Here’s some extra information:
The Cibyl Graduate Research is the UK’s most comprehensive piece of research into students’ views on graduate careers and recruitment: over 65,000 UK students took part last year. Cibyl also powers The UK 300, so ranking your favourite employers is a great way to influence their status in the publication.
Cibyl is an excellent tool for helping students to think about graduate careers: the questions require you to rank employers in a variety of ways, helping you to think laterally about your career options and why you like, or don’t like, certain companies.
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Marina Gonzalez Vasquez