Monday 1 February 6.00-7.30 pm
Career development activities, actions and attributes for PG students
This session will :
· Offer action-able tips for tailoring your Masters study closely to the needs of industry
· Demonstrate how to build a network which boosts your employment options
· Examines the attributes that will help you successfully transition from PG study into your chosen career.
Wednesday 3 February 11.00 am -12.00 pm
Creating an excellent CV and cover letter
In an increasingly competitive job market, you need to make an impact when completing your CV and cover letter. Come along to this workshop to find out how you can make the most of your skills and promote yourself effectively in your CV and covering letter.
Tuesday 9 February 11.00-12.00
Applying for Masters: How to approach your personal statement
Are you applying for a masters? If so, the personal statement is a key element of the application process. Come along to this workshop to find out what selectors look for and get some tips on how to create a successful statement.
Thursday 11 February 11am – 12 pm
SSC confidence in planning your career
This is a specific career planning session for social science students which will help you understand the myriad of different routes your degree can take you.
Monday 15 February 1.00-2.00pm
Employability Session for Students with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dyscalculia
Presented by the British Dyslexia Association – This session will advise you on how to be successful during the recruitment process (particularly for graduate jobs) and in the workplace. It will also provide useful information on overcoming challenges relating to your learning difference or disability.
Monday 15 February 6.00-7.30pm
Career decision making for Second year students
Students who go on to be successful graduates are likely to spend their second year firming up career ideas, recognising their strengths and understanding the requirements for graduate roles. Making your dreams become reality requires audacious moves, and this session supports you to make them.
In the first of this 2 session series students will:
Reflect on their skills, strengths, values and interests
Be supported to uncover more about potential options”
Tuesday 16 February 11.00-12.00
Opportunities outside Science
This is a specific career options session for science students which will help you understand how the transferable skills you developed as part of your degree can lead you to work in a range of different graduate roles.
Wednesday 17 February 1.00 -2.00pm
Using Social Science skills in in different sectors
This is a specific career options session for social science students which will help you understand how the transferable skills you developed as part of your degree can lead you to work in a range of different gradaute roles.
Thursday 18 February 1.o0-2.00 pm
AAD confidence in confidence in planning your career
This session will help creative students understand the many different employment routes and give you confidence to plan your career.
Monday 22 February 6 – 7.30 pm
Making ‘audacious career moves’ for second year students
In the second session students will: Learn about making “audacious moves”, these are defined as brave steps which make a difference for your career Pick one of the “audacious moves” to focus on and start taking steps to transform their careers.
Friday 26 February 11 am – 12 pm
Acing Psychometrics Situational Judgement Tests
Situational judgement tests are used by employers to measure your behaviour and attitudes to work-related scenarios. This webinar will explain what they are, how they work and give you the opportunity to try some.
To book a place go to: londonmet.ac.uk/careersevents