Sales Ambassadors UK give A-Level students a kick start in their career!
University degrees. Sales Ambassadors UK, a Canary Wharf based sales company advises A-Level students on how to prepare for this and gives students valuable internships and opportunities.
Huge debates are taking place as to whether university degrees are worth the time or money, in terms of getting into employment, or if getting out in the world and starting work at 18 is a better start, especially due to increasing university fees. Mathew Galang, Manager at Sales Ambassadors UK said "It is important for young people to be informed about what employers are looking for, to help them have a clear idea of what they need for their careers and future, or whether they go to university or not. We not only provide that much needed information to 16-18-year olds, but also offer opportunities to work at Sales Ambassadors UK on an internship or work experience basis to get that much needed experience on their CV whether they choose university or not".
As A-Levels are taking place, decisions of universities, further education and starting work are on the mind of many in the UK. When deciding a career, of course you need to consider the necessary qualifications, however if you have no idea what you want to do, is university the right decision? "A degree is always going to benefit you and your career, so skipping university without a valid reason is definitely not a good idea. At Sales Ambassadors UK we have a huge mix of those with and without degrees, however we are in an industry where you can progress degree free. Many industries require degrees and so are a must have. If you don't know what you want to do, you can defer for a year and start university slightly later after getting some work experience to help decide, or you can do a degree that would fit in many industries like business management, so that your qualifications impress a variety of industries giving you more time to decide" explained Sham Mouden, CEO of Sales Ambassadors UK.
It has also been discussed that employers look for punctuality, communication skills and qualities that will fit into the company's culture alongside qualifications and experience. "Of course the ideal recruit would be someone with all of the above qualities, however at Sales Ambassadors we consider those with even just one, but it is all about the overall person, great education and little or experience, or no education and great experience, or a nice in between, it doesn't matter if they are lacking the basics of punctuality and communication "said Matthew Galang, Manager at Sales Ambassadors UK.
Sales Ambassadors UK wish the best of Luck to all the A-level students who are preparing for exams!
Sales Ambassadors UK, Canary Wharf
Page Updated Last on: Dec 06, 2018