GET YOUR FUTURE ON TRACK > FREE A4 student notebooks
Careers and Employability Centre
To begin or continue you career planning, why not claim your FREE A4 STUDENT NOTEBOOK containing:
- 150 lined notes pages with section dividers
- Academic planner with key dates
- Information on placement and graduate employers
- Opportunity to win prizes
- Tips on how to make the best use of your CEC
Don’t miss out – come and collect your free copy from the Herbert Manzoni Building in Central Park. For more information on how the CEC can help you, visit www.careers.lboro.ac.uk
The Daiwa Scholarship is a unique 19-month programme of language study, work placement and homestay in Japan.
Daiwa Scholarships offer young and talented UK citizens with strong leadership potential, the opportunity to acquire Japanese language skills, and to access expertise and knowledge relevant to their career goals.
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Each year, the World of Difference UK programme gives 500 people the chance to work for a UK charity of their choice, and get paid – either full-time for two months or part-time for four. Applications for the 2012 World of Difference UK programme are now open. Ready to donate yourself?
EURES will be exhibiting on 2nd and 3rd November between 11.00 and 16.00 at this year’s National Graduate Jobs fair taking place at the National Exhibition Centre Birmingham
EURES advisers from UK, France, Germany and Norway will be on STAND D130 to talk to graduates and young people regarding opportunities within their respective countries . We can also give advice on all aspects of working across the rest of the EEA including work experience and exchange programmes.
Subsidised refunds for travel are also available
Whenever students are asked what they need, they say: ‘To better understand the skills employers want’. So it’s great that on targetjobs.co.uk they explain how to get these skills.
Here’s Targetjobs piece on enterprise skills.
Apply now to attend an expenses paid event at Bloomberg’s London HQ and meet the technology elite.
As part of the STEMinism UK network, TARGETjobs Events are proud to announce the 5th IT’s not just for the boys! An event designed exclusively for female students in technology, e-commerce, computer science and related disciplines to find out more about careers in the technology industry.
Be inspired to pursue a career in technology.
Learn the advantage of being a female within the STEM sector.
Network with your peers and future colleagues and make life long contacts.
Build confidence and gain insider insights into the selection processes and how to apply.
Help us reward organisations with exceptional
work experience opportunities
Celebrating its tenth year, the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Awards is the most widely anticipated awards event in the work experience calendar, giving organisations the chance to be recognised for the valuable opportunities they provide to students and graduates.
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Careers International is organizing an exclusive online event with Volvo Car Corporation! This event connects a global luxury car manufacturer and talented graduates with potential future leaders.
As a final year student or a recent graduate, you can apply for various positions within Marketing, Sales & Customer Service, Research & Development, Manufacturing, Purchasing, Quality, Human Resources, Finance and IT.
Join OneDayWith Volvo Car Corporation and learn more!
During the Live Day on 13th November 2012 you’ll have a chance to attend an online presentation “The future of Volvo Car Corporation and our challenging Graduate Programme” and afterwards you can join live interactive chats on various topics with managers and recruiters from Volvo Car Corporation.
Find out more here!
Google is committed to helping the innovators of the future make the most of their talents by providing scholarships and networking retreats for computer science students with disabilities.
This scholarship aims to help dismantle barriers that keep students with disabilities from entering computing, encourage them to excel in their studies and become active role models and leaders in creating technology.
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