Studying a science, engineering, maths or technology subject? Interested in meeting employers with graduate and internship opportunities who want to recruit you? Then don’t miss the STEM Fair on Wednesday 19 October, 11.00am – 3.00pm in the Physics & Exhibition Centre. Check out the organisations who’ll be on campus that day – they’re all listed … Continue reading STEM students. Don’t miss this!
Guest blog written by Mark Bradford, STEM Graduates 48% of York graduates find work in Scientific, Engineering and Computing-orientated careers, so with graduation fast approaching it’s probably as good a time as any to introduce ourselves. STEM Graduates provide careers advice and graduate job opportunities for students and graduates from Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths degree … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: 5 Ways to Boost Your Employability as a Graduate
A brand new scientific publication is due to be produced within the University. Used as a platform for students to publish their own work, this is a great opportunity to develop and practise important professional skills. It will also promote the work of the Scientific departments at York. To get the publication started organisers are … Continue reading New science journal
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.
Do you have an idea to solve a critical problem healthcare? Or do you have the scientific or business know-how to help someone else develop their idea? The Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable (OBR) and SR One, the venture capital arm of GlaxoSmithKline, have teamed up again for the OneStart competition - the largest biotech startup accelerator … Continue reading OneStart: Your chance to win £100k to realise your biotech idea
Careers blog written by Janice Simpson, Careers Adviser, Careers If you’re a science student it can sometimes feel that there aren’t many graduate job opportunities out there, despite regular reports in the media stating that STEM students are in demand. So what’s going on and how do you find job opportunities? It’s important to remember … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Searching for science-related vacancies
Careers blog written by Janice Simpson, Senior Careers Adviser, Careers If you’re a science student it can sometimes feel that there aren’t many graduate job opportunities out there, despite regular reports in the media stating that STEM students are in demand. So what’s going on and how do you find job opportunities? It’s important to … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Searching for a Science job?
Healthcare Science open day on 22 Jan at St James' Park, Newcastle. This event will highlight the training opps available to science & engineering grads within the NHS. There will be a particularly strong Medical Physics & Clinical Engineering component to the day. More at http://ne.hee.nhs.uk/2013/11/28/healthcare-science-open-day/ There are also other open days taking place, which focus … Continue reading Healthcare Science open day
Glaxo SmithKline are offering the above information event at premises in Brentford in October, aimed at disabled students and some categories of qualified professionals. Date: 2 October 2013, 10:30 am – 15:00 pm; Location: GSK, Great West Road, Brentford, TW8 9GS Attendees will gain an overview of working at GSK in the in-house legal team, … Continue reading Legal Disability Confidence Day
Do you have a way with words? Are you keen to promote the biosciences? Then we want to hear from you! We’re looking for talented science writers to take part in our competition. To enter you need to submit an original piece of writing on a molecular bioscience topic of your choice. The article must … Continue reading The Biochemical Society’s science communication competition