Employer events and presentations this year
15 October 2013
Whether you're a first-year or final-year student, you'll need to be thinking about your employment prospects. The job market is competitive, and large organisations are inundated with applications.
The Career Development Centre runs regular employer skills sessions to keep you one step ahead of your competition - make sure you take advantage of them. You'll find out first-hand what employers are looking for and how to approach applications and assessment centres.
For the most up-to-date information on our careers-related events and how to attend, register on Prospects Net (our events and vacancies database).
For more guidance and tips on job-seeking and careers, visit our Career Development Centre pages.
This academic year, we've got employer presentations from a variety of big names - here's a snapshot of some of our upcoming events:
|FTBPro||14 October 2013||1-2pm||Room: A7.04 General Teaching, Harrow|
|EC Harris LLP||16 October 2013||1-2pm||Room: CG28 Chiltern Lecture Theatre, Marylebone|
|Foreign and Commonwealth Office||17 October 2013||1-2pm||Room: MG14 General Teaching, Marylebone|
|CIMA – Mock Assessment Centre||23 October 2013||1-2pm||Room: CG28 Chiltern Lecture Theatres, Marylebone|
|Sainsburys 2020 Leaders Graduate Programme||29 October 2013||1-2pm||Chiltern Hall (CG42/43/44), Marylebone|
|Civil Service Fast Stream||30 October 2013||1-2pm||Room: CG42 General Teaching (part of Chiltern Hall), Marylebone|
|Teach first||6 November 2013||1-2pm||Room: LA103 General Teaching, Luxborough Building, Marylebone|
|IBM Presentation||13 November 2013||1-2pm||Room: CG.02 Classroom, Cavendish|
|Drucker Society||20 November 2013||1-2pm||Room: CG28 Chiltern Lecture Theatre Marylebone|
|NHS Leadership Academy||27 November 2013||1-2pm||Room: CLG.01 Classroom, Cavendish|
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