External news in brief: Maths teaching scholarships, Nursing Fair, Hong Kong Leadership Symposium, Asia Investment conference


- Maths Teacher training scholarship: Apply now for a scholarship to teach Maths. Last year 2 York students received teacher training scholarships from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA). Next application round closes on 2 March with further rounds available until 27 July 2015 - Hundreds of nursing vacancies - RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair … Continue reading External news in brief: Maths teaching scholarships, Nursing Fair, Hong Kong Leadership Symposium, Asia Investment conference

Psychology without a psychology degree?


Are you interested in Psychology, but studied a different degree discipline? The Psychology department runs a number of Masters courses, such as Development, Disorders & Clinical Practice, Cognitive Neuroscience and Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Applications from students/graduates from disciplines such as Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Physics, Linguistics and Education are welcome. If you would like to find … Continue reading Psychology without a psychology degree?

Healthcare science open day


Health Education North East (HENE) are hosting a healthcare science open day at St James' Park on 16 Jan. Open to graduates and Finalists, interested in applying for the NHS Scientist Training Programme for Medical Physics. Visit http://ne.hee.nhs.uk/2014/11/06/healthcare-science-open-day-2/ for more information.

CAREERS BLOG: York graduates love education! Could this be you?


 Careers blog written by Tricia Raxworthy, Information and Events Assistant, Careers Education is the sector which attracts the greatest number of University of York graduates each year. Many choose to go into teaching, via different routes – every year Teach First recruits outstanding candidates from York onto its leadership scheme; others opt for teacher training … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: York graduates love education! Could this be you?

GUEST BLOG: Thousands of graduates are choosing a career in social work


 Guest blog written by Katie Ward, Graduate Recruitment Officer, Frontline This September Frontline made history by lifting social work into the Times Top 100 list of graduate employers for the very first time. In its first year, Frontline's children's social work leadership programme for graduates and career changers attracted over 2,600 applications and this year … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Thousands of graduates are choosing a career in social work