WBS students: boost your CV and meet potential employers in our Employability Talk series
28 October 2013
We are introducing the new Career Fastrack – talk series. The series aims to give you a sneak preview of professional careers across a number of sectors and industries, from finance and banking with Bloomberg to consulting and marketing with Diageo.
We will host several guest speakers next week, who will talk about the skills and competencies you will need to succeed in a particular industry.
Please click on the relevant links below to register for the upcoming talks.
Galleou Presentation Skills for Life - 28 October - 12-2pm
Presentation Skills - 29 October, 4-6pm
Placement Abroad: Karen Kufour - 30 October - 12-2pm
The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (students must also sign up and register on the Bloomberg site) - 30 October, 1-6pm
Drucker Society London - 1 November, 10am-1pm
Quartic - 28 October, 10am-12pm
SAP - 28 October, 2-4pm
Factset - 28 October, 4-6pm
Eighty - 28 October, 6-8pm
Cima - 29 October, 10am-12pm
UK Power Networks - 29 October 2013 - 2-4pm
Union Income Benefits - 29 October 2013 - 4-6pm
YouGov - 29 October 2013 - 6-8pm
The Housing Finance Corporation Ltd - 30 October, 10am-12pm
Diageo - 30 October, 12-2pm
Freshskies - 30 October, 2-4pm
The Publishers - 30 October, 6-8pm
Britvic - 31 October, 10-12pm
Express Training - 31 October, 2-4pm
Ingeus - 31 October, 6-8pm
Lloyds TSB - 31 October, 6-8pm
CIPFCA - 1 November, 10am-12pm
GCHQ Lang - 1 November, 12-2pm
iwanttobe.com Dene Stuart - 1 November, 2-4pm
Pizza Express - 1 November, 4-6pm
Rooftop Marketing - 1 November, 4-6pm
Pthr29 - 1 November, 6-8pm
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