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Aspire to lead.
Gain a unique insight into how you can stand out from the crowd in both today’s graduate job market, and in your future career, by attending PwC’s exclusive ‘Aspire to Lead Conference’.
12th of March, 15:00pm – 16:00pm
All students taking a course in Information Security, Information Technology, Engineering and Law are invited to attend this webinar that provides guidance and advice to all students looking for a placement or a graduate’s role in Information Security.
You will have the opportunity to listen to a number of successful female information security professionals which will share their insights and experience and participate to open discussions regarding successful careers paths in Information Security.
Do you need someone to check your CV? A CV clinic will follow.
The event is hosted by the Women in Security Group in collaboration with the University of Derby.
Event URL: www.youtube.com/user/WomenInSecurity
No registration neccessary
Friday 14th March 2014 11.00am – 12.00
Also, a fantastic opportunity to ask any questions you may have to two of our current Graduate Trainees who themselves undertook a placement year with us!
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2341755611775415297
Do you want to grow beyond your career?
On 3 April starting at 12:00, Benoit Formesyn, Build Project Manager, will give you an insight into Cargill’s Technical Management through the online Presentation “Greenfield construction: best practices”.
After the presentation, Benoit Formesyn, Build Project Manager and Igor Brener, Grain and Oilseed Supply chain Russia HR Manager will answer your questions and exchange ideas with you through a Live Chat.
With OneDayWith, we would like to engage in a productive dialogue with you by sharing our know how and give you the possibility to learn more about the exciting challenges that we face at Cargill. Let’s start building rewarding relationships.
Due to planned maintenance, some of our resources will be unavailable on the morning of Monday 10th March. You will be unable to access resources normally requiring you to enter a password – those whose addresses begin with http://internal.lboro.ac.uk
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
This is a fully-funded, week-long training course designed to give you practical experience of the work of a graduate chemist in the pharmaceutical industry. Based in the GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) research laboratories we will provide you with personalised laboratory tuition together with coaching in interview technique, presentation skills and working in teams.
This programme now in its eleventh year will be held at the GlaxoSmithKline Medicines Research Centre, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, on 14th – 19th September 2014.
The Training Experience is one approach that GSK uses to encourage high calibre chemists from a variety of backgrounds to apply for positions in the pharmaceutical industry; therefore:
You should be an analytical/computational/synthetic chemistry undergraduate about to enter your final year of study.
Applications from mature students who have elected to study chemistry at a later stage in their career and, applications from chemistry graduates who have taken a career break or moved into another area of work/business and wish to return to a career in chemistry in the pharmaceutical industry, are also welcomed.
If you would like to gain an insight into the pharmaceutical industry and be part of this interactive programme, please complete and return an Residential Chemistry Training Experience Application Form 2014 no later than 13th June 2014 to:
Respiratory Medicinal Chemistry Department
Medicines Research Centre
If you prefer, you may send a completed application electronically. To do this, email email@example.com for an application form.
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See Loughborough Case Study Challenge 2014 for details