This is an exciting opportunity to visit the M3 Consulting office in Central London, and gain an insight into working life.
M3 Consulting is a specialist development management and project management business. M3 advise on, lead and manage all aspects of property and development, from inception, land assembly and design, through town planning, third party, legals, and construction.
This visit will take place on Wednesday 18th March from 2.30pm to 5pm Dashwood House London EC2M 1QS.
To register complete the form at:
Spaces are limited and allocated on a first come basis.
Are you an LGBT+ student or young professional?
Keen to grow your network and start meeting LGBT+ inclusive workplaces?
myGwork, the networking and business platform, is inviting you to their offices on Wednesday March 25th to meet them, learn more about their platform and how it can help you, followed by a canape reception with recruiters and clients from a range of LGBT+ friendly companies.
Attendees will have the opportunity to win some prizes, make some contacts, and take away some company merch with them.
For more details and tickets, please see more on our events page: https://www.mygwork.com/en/my-g-events/lgbt-student-networking-event
The Government Economic Service (GES) summer scheme is aimed at economics students who are considering a career in the GES after graduation. The placements generally last between 6 and 12 weeks and take place over the summer period.
The GES summer scheme 2020 opened on Tuesday 11 February and will close on Tuesday 25 February 2020.
To be eligible applicants must have:
- the right to work in the UK
- be studying for a degree in economics or a joint degree where economics comprise at least 50% of the total course, studied so far
- you must also be on course for a 2:1 or 1st class degree. (based on your 1st year results)
More information on the eligibility criteria can be found in our Application guidance Application guidance (ODT, 26.1KB).
How to apply:
Please read the Application Guidance Application guidance (ODT, 26.1KB) carefully before you apply.
Please click here to apply via the Civil Service Jobs website.
Did you know that the Civil Service employs over 10,000 finance professionals? Or that they employ communications specialists who help make the headlines you read and retweet? What about their Digital, Data and Technology profession which is helping to build the government of tomorrow?
On the 27th February 2020 from 12 midday to 2 pm Civil Service Fast Streamers will be at The Junction at the Holloway Campus to discuss the career paths available through the Civil Service. This is an informal event, giving you the opportunity to find out more about the options available from Civil Servants in various professions. We will be expecting Fast Streamers from the following disciplines; Project Delivery, Statistical Analysis, Human Resources and Policy.
The Civil Service offers opportunities to work on everything from customer service to human resources. Whatever your skill set or area of interest, learn more about a Civil Service career to suit you.
Date: Thursday 27th February 2020
Location: The Junction, 1st floor, Tower Building, Holloway Campus
Time: 12:00 – 14:00 (drop in at any time!)
This event is free to attend.
Student careers conference – LGBT Leaders STEM
Saturday 15th February at Amazon HQ, London.
If you’d like to come along, simply register your attendance at www.lgbtleaders.co.uk
jobs.ac.uk’s new event, Women in STEM Careers 2020, offers a full and exciting programme for women who are interested in exploring research opportunities within publicly funded organisations and charities.
Designed for final year undergraduate and postgraduate STEM students looking to kick-start their career or professionals simply wishing to progress from their current STEM position, the day will provide something for everyone. Along with unique networking opportunities with employers and peers, there will also be presentations from sector experts and a CV workshop.
This free event takes place at Savoy Place, The Institute of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) prestigious London home on Saturday, 28 March 2020.
To find out more and register, visit:www.jobs.ac.uk/womeninstem
This is the fifth year of this highly successful social mobility programme and the internships are open to people who have already graduated and to undergraduates on an industry / sandwich year.
You can find out more at eagles.org.uk
This year, we have 22 ING Eagles internships in the following business areas of the bank (JDs are on the website):
Arts and Archives
Business Control – 1st Line of Defence
Information Security and IT Security
CSD Supporting Team Intern
Financial Business Services
Wholesale Banking Research
Corporate Communications and Events
Details of the 2 remaining internships to be confirmed.
The deadline is 20th February.
Student Volunteering Week 2020 takes place from 10th-14th February and celebrates student volunteering in the following ways:
- Improves student wellbeing
- Develops students’ employability
- Contributes positively to the wider and local community life
We have organised a series of pop-ups again this year to help you find out more about the huge range of opportunities that you can get involved in at London Met. 12:00 – 14:00, Junction Cafe (Tower Building, Holloway Campus)
Tuesday 11 February: Black Cultural Archives, London Metropolitan University, Housing for Women, Volunteering Matters and Grandparents Plus.
Thursday 13 February: Bookmark Reading, The Conservation Volunteers, Centre 404, IntoUniversity and the Metropolitan Police.
This a great opportunity to get involved in a range of activities to help you:
- gain experience in an area of interest.
- gain confidence and personal skills.
- boost your CV and develop transferable skills employers are looking for.
- network with a range of organisations.
- gain accredited training and qualifications.
- try something new and make a difference in the London community.
- enhance your university experience.
All students, from all courses and subject areas, are welcome to attend.
Booking is not required.
We have a fantastic line up of guest speakers and exhibitors, including Virgin Atlantic, Bombardier, Magnetic MRO and more!
How does it work?
It basically works like a job fair you would physically go to. You can search and apply for jobs, watch live webinars and speak with exhibitors via text, audio or video chat.
You just simply log in to a specially built platform to attend.
How can students attend?
It’s all totally free.
Students need to pre-register by visiting here https://aviationjobfair.vfairs.com/en/
Once registered, you simply need to log in between 9am and 5pm on February 12th when we go live! There will be help guides in the fair for anyone who needs it but it’s all quite self explanatory.