Activities and interests:
In this section, you’ll have an opportunity to talk about yourself, what you’re like when you’re not working, and what your personality/character is like. Be sure to list hobbies or activities, but do so professionally. Graduate recruiters want to read about things that are relevant to the position you’re applying for.
Refrain from talking about anything you cannot back up. If you’re a runner and jog two times a week, make a note of this in your graduate CV. If you’re a member of a society or club of some sort, rather than just expressing your love of those groups, explain your activities as a member of them.
If you worked overseas or spent the summer travelling somewhere, write about it here. You don’t need to write an essay about your adventures, nor do you need to chronicle each aspect of the journey. Describing these endeavours tells the recruiter that you have the motivation and confidence to explore new things. It also shows them you are open-minded!