Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Development Manager You may have noticed three high-profile recruitment fairs on campus during recent weeks, but did you know there’s a whole lot of other careers events that run throughout the term, every term? Here’s a run down of our what's on page. Employer presentations Graduate recruiters are … Continue reading Web highlights #2: Events on campus
Check out events for the week ahead. More can be found at: www.york.ac.uk/careers/events Skills courses Tue 24 May, 12:30 — Finalists: Discover your Strengths. Tue 24 May, 13:00 — Finalists: How to avoid a gap on your CV. Wed 25 May, 14:00 — Lesson Planning and Behaviour Management for YSIS Block Placements. Careers workshop/briefing Thu 26 … Continue reading Careers events ahead
Check out events for the week ahead. More at http://www.york.ac.uk/careers/events Employer presentations/events Mon 15 Feb, 18:30 — 'Stand Out in the Group Exercise' Workshop. Mon 15 Feb, 18:30 — An Introduction to Investment Banking: What is it? Fri 19 Feb, 12:30 — Digital, Data, Technology & Cyber careers in Government. Skills courses Wed 17 Feb, … Continue reading Careers events for Spring, week 7
You may have seen our previous posts about MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) outlining the benefits of taking part. Whether you read the original blog or not, have a look at the MOOCs and Your Career infographic, produced by Affordable Online Colleges, and see MOOCs can help.
Writers’ Summer School in Swanwick, Derbyshire. Sat 9 Aug – Fri 15 Aug. Courses, workshops and writing groups, with line-up of evening guest speakers. There are also 5 places for the ‘TopWrite’ initiative on offer (on a first-come, first -served basis). This initiative is available to those studying writing and offers the summer school at … Continue reading Swanwick Writers’ Summer School
Now you’ve had a term to settle in to Uni life here at York, it might be time to get involved with some new experiences. You might already have joined some student societies or got a part-time job, but why not consider what else you might do outside of your studies? Whether it’s finding a … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: First years – time to get involved
Competency in first aid is a valuable skill to have, so why not check out courses available to you while at York? Health Sciences offer a variety of first aid courses - see http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/cpd/first-aid/ for details.
When considering further study, always think seriously about the reasons why you want to go on to postgraduate study: Reasons for further study You love your subject and want to study it in more detail You want to improve your chances of getting a better job by adding to your academic record You need to … Continue reading Thinking of Further Study?
There are a handful of spaces left on our NCTJ (www.nctj.com/) accredited journalism courses for recent graduates, starting in January or September. We are based in our premises at the Daily Echo in the heart of Bournemouth. Our courses cost £4,000 inclusive of VAT and exam fees. We specialise in Photo Journalism/Sports Journalism/News and Magazine Journalism. … Continue reading Up to Speed Media – Journalism courses
Savings on Accredited Journalism Courses in May - Speedy Application Process For FINAL-YEAR STUDENTS . Find out about significant savings you can make on tuition fees for our NCTJ-accredited journalism courses this month. Students signing up in May can save £400 on their course fees for news, magazine or sports journalism courses starting in September or January. We … Continue reading Savings on Accredited Journalism Courses