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WBS Level 5 students: attend our career events and enhance your employability

11 November 2013

Dates: from 20 November to 11 December
Venue: Marylebone Campus

If you're looking for a placement, don't miss out on our upcoming employer presentations and skills workshops.

These events will offer you advice on how to create an effective CV and fill out application forms, as well as give you the chance to meet potential employers. To register, please click on the relevant links:

Workshop: Application forms

Wednesday 20 November, 2.30-3.30pm

Find out more about how to sell your skills and impress potential employers through placement application forms.

Register for this workshop

Workshop: Create a winning CV and cover letter part 2

Wednesday 27 November, 2.30-3.30pm

This is a follow-up session to the workshop Create a winning CV and cover letter (part 1), focusing on how to create an attractive CV and cover letter to guarantee your placement.

Register for this workshop

Employer presentation: Rate My Placement

Wednesday 4 December, 2.30-3.30pm

Rate My Placement is a leading UK site with student work placements, internships, reviews and career advice. During this event you'll receive useful career tips and find out more about how to make the most of the Rate My Placement website to find your perfect placement.

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Employer presentation: NHS Finance Placement Scheme

Wednesday 11 December, 2.30-3.30pm

During this workshop, the Head of Professional Development and Training at NHS will talk about one-year placement opportunities available in their Finance department.

Register for this workshop

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