Elliot Cox

  Ex-Queens Park Rangers (QPR) pro-footballer Elliott Cox switched his studs for a two-year degree course in Business Management at GSM London and hasn’t looked back since. The 25-year-old from Sydenham, south-east London, has played a key role in developing the student voice within the higher education institution and most recently was appointed to the …

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Inspiring Interns

Susanna Quirke writes for Inspiring Interns, a graduate recruitment agency which specializes in sourcing candidates for marketing internship roles and giving out graduate careers advice.  For GSM London’s Careers in HR & Recruitment Week, Susannah reflect on whether mature graduates have the upper hand when it comes to employability. A recent survey from the Higher …

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Mohammed and Fardin talking Mehdi Hasan through Water for Thirsty concept

As 1 June marks the start of Volunteers’ Week 2017, we are are celebrating the work students (past and present) and staff do in their spare time to help others. Today, we hear from alumni Mohammed Sheikh, who credits his passion for volunteering both within GSM London and for independent charities, as a key reason why …

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Kaisha Marie Tavernier

Marie Tavernier is a public speaker, blogger and a recent author of the book ‘From Little Acorns Grow a Forest’. She is also coming to the end of her HR and Business Management degree course. In this blog, she reflects on her journey, how her course has helped to shape her and future plans, and shares some …

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