Your time at University is about more than succeeding in your academic studies. 82% of graduate employers rank ‘employability skills’ as a priority when recruiting. What do you have to offer?
Employers tell us that although they value a good degree, the graduates who really stand out from the crowd are those who have developed the range of co-curricular skills required to become successful employees.
Through the Royal Holloway Passport Award Scheme you will have the opportunity to participate in new activities, reflect upon some of the things you’re already doing, develop your employability, and learn how to showcase to your future employers the transferable skills which they so highly value.
With the Royal Holloway Passport Award, you can:
Enjoy new opportunities and widen your skill set
Learn how to showcase transferable skills to employers in a competitive job market
Gain recognition for the difference you make in College and local communities
Receive a Passport Award certificate celebrating your achievements at our annual awards ceremony
Students that have already completed the Passport Award can now work towards the Passport Gold Award.
The award focuses on developing leadership skills by awarding passport points for 'gold' activities, which require a student to demonstrate high innovation and leadership aptitude.
For further information about the Passport Gold Award and how you can start working towards it, visit our eCampus page.
"It helped me to realise that everything I do at university makes my CV that little bit better. It will allow me to achieve more in my career than I would possibly do otherwise, and allows me to realise that my university does value me.” Ciaran Gilbride, BSc Earth Sciences.
"The award gives a tangible recognition for your achievements, which serves as a great opportunity to stand out during the application process. Personally, I think the scheme develops and improves my understanding of the significance of transferable skills, and motivates me to make the most of my co-curricular activities.” Olga Turek, BSc Management.