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
GUEST BLOG: a second helping of @Work
Guest blog written by Henrietta Thomson, English and Related Literature Where next for the independent bookshop? As a second year student who had taken part in the programme before, this was my second helping of the @Work Project, and from my previous great experience it didn’t take me long to sign up for another one. … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: a second helping of @Work
EmployAbility - who promote vacancies and events to disabled students and graduates - have a number of up and coming opportunities, including: EmployAbility in Law, a half day event with leading law firms Bank of America Merrill Lynch first year insight programme Google BOLD Immersion Programme. For more information, visit: www.employ-ability.org.uk/events
Spring Graduate Fair
Date and time: 19 March, 12 - 5pm Venue: Senate House, University of London Over 60 exhibitors. Free CV and application form feedback. Free presentation programme and expert advice. Pre-register at: http://www.springfair.co.uk
33Fifty: The Commonwealth Youth Leadership Programme
33Fifty is a leadership programme for young Commonwealth citizens aged 18-25. It's so named because 33% of the world lives in the Comonwealth and 50% of those are under 25. The programme brings together 100 people from the Commonwealth to tackle a challenge related to an issue of fundamental importance. Running from 17-20 July, it's … Continue reading 33Fifty: The Commonwealth Youth Leadership Programme
Leadership programme for undergrads
Windsor Fellowship's leadership programme for black, Asian and minority ethnic undergraduates is a personal and professional development programme. It combines residential training seminars, a paid work placement and volunteering opportunities. Full details at http://www.windsor-fellowship.org Deadline for applications: 19 December 2012.
Google’s BOLD Immersion Programme
As part of Google's commitment to diversity and to providing opportunities to students from all academic background, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Google Building Opportunities for Leadership & Development (BOLD) Immersion Program - Europe for all current students expecting to graduate in 2014. For full information and details of how to … Continue reading Google’s BOLD Immersion Programme
GSK residential chemistry training
GlaxoSmithKline's annual training experience programme will be held at the GSK Medicines Research Centre in Stevenage on 11 - 16 September 2011. A full-funded week-long training course, it is designed to give undergraduates practical experience of the work of a graduate chemist in the pharmaceutical industry. To apply, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form. Closing … Continue reading GSK residential chemistry training
Summer term careers events on campus
This term there are a number of exciting events, including networking events, application workshops and skills courses. There are three chances to network with professionals in the fields of: the environment crime, justice and public protection the public sector. For the full programme of Summer Term careers events, visit the Fairs, events and courses web page.
Employers offering support to students
A number of employers have recently announced initiatives to help students and graduates. Deloitte's scholar programme will help 50 students gain valuable business experience and increase their employability. The programme provides students with work and business experience, the opportunity to travel the world and on-going financial support throughout their degree. For more information visit: http://www.consultant-news.com … Continue reading Employers offering support to students
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