Careers blog written by Kate Morris, Careers Consultant, Careers If you’re passionate about Art and cultural history, becoming a curator is not your only career option! Combining your love of culture with an interest in Law or business could lead to a number of different careers. Firstly Law, this is a niche area so you … Continue reading Working in art and law
As an archaeologist, you probably care deeply about researching and protecting the past- whether that’s through commercial archaeology- helping ensure building regulations are met; community archaeology - helping connect the public to the past and raising the profile and importance of heritage; or perhaps you’re interested in heritage protection in a more literal sense- working to … Continue reading Careers fighting illegal antiquities trading- could you make a difference?….
Commencing in September, Newcastle Law School will be establishing the first Black Law Students Society in the UK comprised of law students from various universities who are studying in the north east. Open to all students, the society aims to encourage and support black and Afro-Caribbean students studying in the north east. The society will … Continue reading Black Law Students Society
Check out events for next term. More can be found at: www.york.ac.uk/careers/events Autumn Term 2016 fairs Three recruitment fairs run each Autumn Term, bringing top employers on campus: Law Fair: Wednesday 12 October 2016 Graduate Recruitment and Internships Fair: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) - Wednesday 19 October 2016 Graduate Recruitment and Internships Fair: All Sectors … Continue reading Careers Events Ahead
External events and news you might be interested in. Summer Graduate Fair 15 June, Olympia Central, London A chance to meet top UK employers and course providers plus there will be a CV clinic and industry insight talks Free to attend, just register online at http://www.summergradfair.co.uk Free Journalism Workshops Aspiring reporters interested in a career … Continue reading In other news…
External events and news you might be interested in. Students for Social Impact is an international exchange programme for students with a social venture idea to address a local or global challenge. Participating students will spend 10 weeks in Canada gaining social enterprise workplace experience and working on their plan. More info at the British … Continue reading In other news…
Careers blog written by Kate Morris, Careers Consultant, Careers No, I’m not talking about Archaeologists becoming master criminals and then using their digging skills to tunnel out of incarceration. I’m talking about the significant number of York Archaeology grads who are interested in careers related to crime, law and justice. The top 3 crime related … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: How a degree in Archaeology can lead to a life of crime….
Discuss is an exclusive training programme, sponsored by five top City firms and run by Rare, for brilliant students who are interested in City law. The programme is open to students from any discipline, who are just finishing their first year at any university. It is aimed at students who are in receipt of means-tested … Continue reading Discuss – law training programme (finishing your 1st year)
Guest interview with Simon Wilson, Senior Solicitor at Hudgell Solicitors. Simon talks about how he got started in law and how young hopefuls can start their professional careers in the field of law. What led to you become a Solicitor? I had an interest in the law from a young age. From about 12 I wanted … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Insight into law
Select which award you’re applying for from: Future Business Leader Law Management Female Construction Engineering and Design Low Carbon Energy Mathematics, Economics and Finance Engineering Computer Science Languages. Each award is sponsored by a prominent graduate recruiter, who provides a fantastic prize for the winner, including a paid internship, trips abroad and other exclusive opportunities. … Continue reading Could you be the Undergraduate of the Year 2015?