Over the last 6 years Adrem have consistently supported architecture and design students at leading universities across the UK. From CV surgery to mock-interviews, Adrem provides industry low-down and career advice to assist students during all levels of their education.
As alumni of the Bartlett, Adrem Managing Director, Del Hossain actively supports the architecture students of UCL and other universities. Del regularly presents seminars on The Future of Design, sharing his insights on what it’s like to enter the architectural world and the difficulties you may encounter in getting your foot in the door.
Working with the Bartlett allows the Adrem team to engage with upcoming designers and experience first-hand what the next generation have to offer.
Year on year, Adrem have extended our support to other design universities providing advice for architecture, interiors, product and industrial design disciplines at UCL, the Royal College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, London Met, University of Manchester and more. We believe it is important to offer guidance on a yearly basis as industry information is constantly being updated with changes in rules and regulations of HR.
Alongside career seminars, our consultants also provide a one-to-one CV and portfolio counsel with each student where we offer professional advice on their CV/portfolio content, layout, structure and detail.
Although it sounds obvious, but in our experience approximately 75% of CVs and Portfolios have spelling mistakes. From a client’s point of view, if candidates have spelling or grammar errors it shows their lack of attention and their low level of standards.
We offer as much feedback and advice as possible to students including interview preparation & questions, practise for any possible situation. Our consultants are always more than happy to review students’ work and exchange knowledge for development.
If you represent an architecture or design university and are interested in getting involved with Adrem, please contact me at [email protected]