are recruiting. Find out more and apply: Talentarc_Graduate Academy 2013 (2)
The ESD Forum is a summer university program on Economy, Society and Environment – it is a contribution to the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (UN DESD). Main focus is on economy, business and entrepreneurship. Summer university certificate may be eligible for credit at home university. Students, professionals and internationally-interested senior people can apply — there’s no application restriction. Weekly application deadlines. Apply at www.iuventum.org.
Questions? Email to iuventum ESD Forum Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enterprise are particularly interested in employing Brunel students for this vacancy so watch out for the job advertisement at https://www.enterprisealive.co.uk.
Open to Business and IT students / graduates it’s a really good opportunity to get paid work experience assisting with current projects without needing too much IT knowledge.
Remember to check the PCC site for vacancies. Still can’t find just what you’re looking for? Come into the PCC and see how we can help.
We’re often asked ‘what’s a graduate training scheme’ or ‘how do I apply for a graduate training scheme, and is it too late?’
A graduate training scheme is full-time employment with a major company once you graduate, offering structured management/professional training and development . Schemes usually last between one and two years and may be business or finance-related, HR, IT, engineering, marketing etc. The company may help you with training and support towards your chosen professional body’s recognised qualifications – eg chartered engineer status or professional membership of CIPD for the HR profession.
If you’re a final year or postgraduate student, you can find schemes and graduate jobs advertised on the PCC website, and you can sign up to receive email alerts. Also, register with prospects.ac.uk and targetjobs.co.uk to receive job alerts.
Come in and see us if you want more help in applying for these schemes or want to know more about them.
To enter this you’ll need to find three team mates. You”ll be given a detailed case study to consider, and will then have to deliver your ideas as a presentation to a panel of KPMG partners and leaders. Make sure that you read the full details and the terms and conditions.
Check out their news bulletins:
- They aim to give a topical insight to Business & Management, City & Finance and Engineering & Technology
- They publish monthly articles on current affairs which help to explain about these sectors
Read the Lunchtime Masterclasses web chats from Stylist magazine.
These case studies show all the business studies theory you need to know in practice. By studying real life business case studies, you can see how business and marketing work and therefore learn quicker. Search by company or by topic. Useful for applications and interviews?
Read more: www.thetimes100.co.uk/case-study/by-company.
Careers International organises invitation-only career events at which international employers meet and interview high potential graduates and professionals for a wide variety of international positions. These events focus on different academic backgrounds and work experience, bringing together up to 15 international companies and 200 internationally strictly-selected candidates.
Great business networking site where you can look for a job or a new business opportunity and, on the Careers tab, you can gain an insight into the composition of a company’s workforce and, among other information, the universities they recruit from. You’re also able to follow companies and view company profiles.
Joining Open Groups will allow you to find professionals with similar interests and participate in discussions – look at the Groups Directory to identify the ones which interest you.
Shell LiveWIRE is an online community for young entrepreneurs in the UK, operating in 25 countries around the globe. As well as an Awards programme to help get young entrepreneurs off the ground, such as the Young Entrepreneur’s award (applications re-open in summer 2011) and the Grand Ideas Award, you can download free guides, get help and advice, and promote your business.
If you’re aged 16-30 and need funding to get your new business idea or project off the ground, the Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards offers up to to 6 x £1,000 prizes every month to the most innovative ideas submitted by new businesses (in their first 12 months of trading).
Find out more about Shell LiveWIRE and the Awards.