The Careers Service organises a programme of fairs, employer presentations and skills workshops. The Employer Team works with employers and organisations to find the latest opportunities for you. Attending these events will help enhance your employability and let you explore career choices.
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|UoD Legal Recruitment Fair||UoD students, graduates and staff. All disciplines welcome.||Thursday 17/09/20||11:00 - 14:30||Bonar Hall||Further information|
|Dundee Careers Fair||UoD students, graduates and staff. All disciplines welcome.||Thursday 01/10/20||
10:30 - 14:30
|Bonar Hall||Further information|
|ICAS Presentation||UoD students, graduates and staff. All disciplines welcome.||Thursday 08/10/20||13:00 - 14:00||TBC||Further information to follow.|
|ICAS Fair||UoD students, graduates and staff. All disciplines welcome.||Thursday 08/10/20||14:00 - 16:00||Dalhousie Foyer||Further information to follow.|
The Careers Service facilitates presentations from a range of employers, study providers and voluntary organisations in order to inform students about the opportunities available to them. The views and opinions expressed in these presentations are those of the organisation(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the Careers Service.
If you require assistance or reasonable adjustments to participate in our on campus events or Careers Fairs then please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01382 384017 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|RISE in Banking: Lloyds Bank||RISE in Banking is a week long programme, where students from different ethnic minority backgrounds are given a chance to spend some time learning about the world of Banking and Financial Markets at Lloyds. All disciplines welcome. Travel / accomoodation expenses avaiable.||Monday 29/06/20 - Friday 03/07/20||London||T0 apply email CV and cover letter. Closing date: 16/03/20|
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|LEAP Summt 2020||LEAP Summit is the biggest international conference for youth in the South-East Europe. The focus of the conference will be on the topics connected to international cooperation and the European Union, entrepreneurship, modern trends and innovation, inspiring stories and career development. Free to attend.||Thursday 01/10/20 - Friday 02/10/20||Zagreb, Croatia||Website|
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|Grant Thornton: Series 1 - Kickingoff your job search||Learn the tools and techniques to help you find the right jobs for you and how to make your application/CV stand out from the crowd.||Thursday 09/04/20||11:00 - 11:45||Register|
|Grant Thornton: Series 2 - Getting to grips with interviews||Find out how to ace a digital interview and what to expect at assessment centres. Hear from students who have recently passed our recruitment process as well as the interviewers making the decisions. This session is designed to get you feeling confident with any aspect of the interview process.||Thursday 16/04/20||11:00 - 11:45||Register|
|Creative Access: Virtual Masterclass - Staying job ready through Covid-19||Creative Access Director of Talent Anoushka Dossa and Talent Coordinator, Vanessa Martins, will lead you through a Q&A session covering how to curate your CV and highlight your experience in the best way you can. This is a great chance to stay motivated and keep prepared for future opportunities.||Thursday 16/04/20||15:00||Register|
|Grant Thornton: Series 3 - Personal brand and commercial awareness||Discover how to best market yourself to potential employers and hear from leaders in our business about the importance of showing commercial awareness in the recruitment process.||Thursday 23/04/20||11:00 - 11:45||Register|
|Grant Thornton: Series 4 - Careers in Accountancy||Want to know more about starting your career in Accountancy? Tune in to hear from our current graduates and school leavers about life in the professional services sector||Thursday 30/04/20||11:00 - 11:45||Register|
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|Diversity Access Scheme: The Law Society||The Law Society Diversity Access Scheme supports people from low socio-economic backgrounds who want to become solicitors. The scheme offers 10 diversity scholarships each year. Each place includes: a bursary to fund your Legal Practice Course (LPC); work experience; mentoring suppor t.||Midnight, Monday 20/04/20.
|Scott Trust Bursaries||Applications are now open for the Scott Trust Bursary to study one of the following MAs: City University, London (MA in Newspaper Journalism) ; Goldsmiths College, University of London (MA in Journalism) ; The University of Sheffield (MA in Journalism). This is open to all students with a right to work in the UK who have a 2:1 or above, in any subject. The bursary covers fees and includes £6,000 living costs, as well as 6 weeks work experience at the Guardian. There is also the possibility of a 6 month full time contract with the Guardian on completion of the course.||Thursday 30/04/20||Website|
|Linklater Scholarship Programme: Making Links||Designed to help talented university students from low-income backgrounds succeed in their early careers. Get valuable coaching, mentoring, direct work experience and £6,000 in financial support. Eligibility criteria: you’re in your first year of a three-year course or second year of a four-year course; you’re from a low-income background (for example, students who are first in their generation to attend university, have been in receipt of free school meals at school, spent time in care or have experienced other forms of social disadvantage); you’re committed to pursuing a career in commercial law.||Monday 04/05/20 at 23:59||Website|
|Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarships||For those who commence their secondary mathematics initial teacher training which leads to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in the academic year 2020/21.||Monday 06/07/2020||Website|
|GDL Scholarships: Lincoln's Inn||The Inn offers up to 32 scholarships for non-law graduates of outstanding ability. The GDL scholarships are separated into three named awards, all means-tested as above.||First Friday of May (the year of commencement)||Website|
|Scottish Funding Council scholarships: MLitt Museum and Gallery Studies, University of St Andrews||Scottish and EU students interested in this programme of study.||Ongoing||Website|
|Get into Teaching Bursaries and Scholarships||Teaching.||Various||Website|
|DAAD Funding for Study and Research in Germany 2019/2020||Various.||Various||Website|
|Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps: Nursing Bursary||Open to those currently studying adult nursing.||Various||Call 0121 633 6450 / 07834 602872 or email
ArmyJobs-Medical@mod.gov.uk for further information
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|The DMA Talent Marketing Challenge 2020||
Are you an aspiring marketer, or do you know one who’s keen to get stuck into a live client brief? Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to create a marketing campaign for Tourism NT. You will target 18-30-year-olds, highlight the sites they'll love, and ultimately generate bookings to Australia’s Northern Territory via StudentUniverse.
|12/04/20 at 23:59.||Website|
ICAEW is searching UK universities to find the brightest 100 students with the aspiration to be future business leaders. Do you have the ideal blend of professional skills? Are you proficient at multi-tasking and prioritising? If so, the ICAEW 100 competition is for you. Win exclusive opportunities and prizes.
|Autocar Drivers of Change Competition||
Do you have the attributes to become a true innovator in one of three key areas of the automatic sector: technology, digital and retail? Win a £5,000 prize and the opportunity to work in the automotive industry.