Meet & Mingle with Marsh over Mulled Wine & Mince Pies
Wednesday 12th December, 12.30pm – 2pm
Marsh London Office, Tower Place West, EC3R 5BU
Come and join Marsh for a relaxed and enjoyable afternoon finding out more about the company and their graduate programmes. Meet employees over refreshments to find out what it is really like working in the risk & insurance industry.
By coming along to their offices you can discover what’s great about working at Marsh – from the opportunities that their size brings, to their commitment to local communities and understanding the benefits you’ll receive.
No matter what you studied at university, you could have an exciting career with them using your specialist knowledge and skills in a commercial environment. Combined with the ACII qualification and Marsh’s bespoke Professional Skills Development Programme, it is a great foundation to accelerate your career.
So come along to find out more, meet some great people and get into the festive season with drinks & mince pies.
To register your place at the event sign up here.
SEO is currently recruiting students for its First Year Programme.
Students on this programme get access to SEO’s sponsor firms through networking events and insight days as well as being provided with application guidance, tailored application reviews and mock interviews.
Who can apply?
All 1st years
2nd year non-law of four year degree
2nd year law of four year degree*
Penultimate year non-law*
For more information and to apply go to:
Webinar | Thursday 13 December | 12.00pm
Looking to start or progress your career in finance, business or consultancy? Make 2019 your year by starting the CIMA qualification.
This session is relevant for anyone interested in an accounting qualification. So whether you are already in the workforce and looking for a change, still studying at university or recently graduated, or currently a member of AAT, then this webinar is for you.
We will discuss
How studying CIMA will improve your career prospects and help you to drive change in organisations all over the world
The wide range of businesses who employ and support CIMA students
The CIMA qualification framework and entry points
At the end of the session there will be the chance to ask any questions that you might have.
Make 2019 the year you make a resolution you can keep.
Register now to get ahead →
The Search for a Star and Sumo Digital Rising Star challenges in games programming, art, animation and VFX are now open!
This is an opportunity for students to improve their employability and their chances of graduating straight into a games studio role.
Students that enter and submit work for Stage 2 will each receive personal, tailored feedback from industry experts. It provides an outlet for students to get their work seen by industry professionals while also building networks and relationships that could ultimately get them their first studio role.
What’s in it for you?
Create & publish a completed games/portfolio-ready projects
Experience working from briefs set & assessed by studios
Get feedback & guidance direct from industry professionals
Get their work in front of games professionals from over 120 studios
Get the opportunity to interview with leading UK studios
Support through mentoring from industry experts
You can find out more and to sign up here.
We will be running the following Careers workshops in December.
Monday 3 December
11 am – 12 midday Moorgate MG5-13
Top Tips for Effective CVs Cover Letters
Tuesday 4 December
10 – 11am Holloway TM2-36 Red zone
Thursday 6 December
11am – 12 midday Moorgate e MG2-05
Developing Your Skills in Completing Application Forms
Wednesday 12 December
10 – 11am Holloway TM1-02 Roding Building yellow zone
to book a place please go to our Eventbrite page.
The Publishers Association is inviting all students to participate in the campaign by finishing the sentence “I want to work in publishing because…”, writing a blog about any publishing work experience they’ve done, sending us questions for our Twitter Q&As and following their favourite publishers on Twitter/Facebook as well as our own account (@PublishersAssoc) and the hashtag #workinpublishing.
More information at:
- Five 12-month internships, starting July 2019
- Open to candidates from a BAME or lower socio-economic background
- Open to second year students looking for an industrial placement for their third year, AND 2017, 2018 and 2019 graduates
- The roles are within Marketing Communications (candidates from all disciplines are invited to apply)
- For more information and to apply go to: :https://creativeaccess.org.uk/opportunity/apple-marcoms-internship/
There are five roles available at Apple.
The deadline for applications is midnight on 11 November.
As part of their 2019 Graduate Scheme, Colt Technology Services is hosting a Women in Tech event on Thursday, 22nd November 2018. Students from universities around the UK will be coming together at our HQ in Shoreditch, London to hear stories and advice from some of Colt’s most successful women leaders. This is a chance for students to hear from a network of bright, connected minds at a time of digital transformation.
The engaging session aims to give attendees an insight into tech in the workplace, a chance to network with inspirational women in the industry and the opportunity to learn more about Colt as a business and their 2019 Graduate Scheme in a fun and friendly environment.
You can sin up at: https://www.colt.net/women-in-tech-event/
Are you thinking about studying for your Master’s or PhD in the United States? Would you like an opportunity to find out more and get your questions answered?
Come to our seminar to learn about the postgraduate admissions process from experts in the field!
This seminar offers an in-depth view of postgraduate admissions, providing a step-by-step guide to:
- Overview and benefits of postgraduate study in the US
- Choosing a degree programme
- Completing a successful application
- Admissions exams
- Funding your studies
- Fulbright resources
- Followed by a Q&A with our advisers
Student Career Guide - Designed to guide students and graduates on their career journey. Students will find interviews from some of the UK’s largest recruiters, along with essential insights into how to apply for graduate roles
Postgraduate Study Guide - The essential guide to funding, choosing, applying and preparing for postgraduate programmes. This publication is suitable for both UK and international students.
Guide to a Career in Law - This digital-only magazine features information on law courses, conversion programmes, training contracts and uncovers opportunities from some of the UK’s top firms.
Guide to a Career in STEM - Providing an overview of the STEM sector this digital-only magazine helps students and graduates to discover what they can do with their degree and how to prepare for postgraduate study.