Upcoming employer events
19 November 2012
Competition is tough in the current jobs market and large organisations are inundated with applications, but you can stay ahead of the competition by making the most of what's on offer.
Sign up to Prospects Net - our online vacancies and events database - to keep up to date with what's going on.
This academic year, the Career Development Centre has lined up a series of presentations with major employers such as KPMG, CIMA, the Civil Service, the NHS, and TfL.
If you want help with applications and assessment centres, you can also sign up for our regular employer skills sessions on campus, which will help you find out first-hand exactly what employers are looking for.
Here are some of the events that have been organised for you this year – the full list can be found on Prospects Net, where you'll be able to sign up for these events, as well as search our jobs board.
Note that although it's not compulsory to sign up via Prospects Net, by doing so, you'll be able to see all the latest events and any changes to existing events.
|Getting into Teaching||Monday 19 November 2012||1-2pm||C2.07 at Cavendish Campus|
|Randstad Holdings Ltd - Recruitment||Wednesday 21 November||3-5pm||CG28 Chiltern Lecture Hall at Marylebone Campus|
|NHS - Leadership Programme||Wednesday 28 November||2-4pm||C1.04 at Cavendish Campus|
|City Year - Leadership Skills||Wednesday 12 December 2012||2-4pm||RS 355 at 309 Regent Street|
|TfL - Commercial Awareness||Wednesday 23 January 2013||3-5pm||C379 at Marylebone Campus|
|CIMA - Theme Park Game||Tuesday 5 February 2013||2-4pm||C279 at Marylebone Campus|
|Cummins Ltd - Presentation||Wednesday 20 February 2013||12-2pm||M324 at Marylebone Campus|
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