Make sure your job application stands out from the crowd with our hints and tips.
It is so important to catch any typos or grammatical mistakes. Why not ask a family member or friend to have a look too? This will make sure that you are making the best first impression.
Make sure you fill out all of the fields on the application form. Missing integral parts out shows a lack of attention to detail and if it is your contact details you miss this could be critical to your application.
It sounds simple but make sure you read the question carefully and give a full answer, covering off what the question is asking you. Try printing off or saving the questions on a separate document and highlighting each part - in this way this should ensure that you provide directed and full answers.
Please make sure that you refer directly to the organisation. It is often very obvious when candidates 'copy and paste' generic answers across applications (particularly if another organisation/ programme is mentioned- oops!)
If you are passionate we want to see this jump off the page. I wouldn't start 'hashtagging' through your application, but there is no problem with being personable but professional and expressing what really excites you about the industry, the programme or the organisation.
You could use bullet points in your drafts and notes to jot things down but remember to answer your application in full sentences.