Looking for work experience, travel and further study? Why not combine all 3 and spice up your CV!
An opportunity for graduates to take part in the Global Internship Graduate Certificate with international internships from the University of Dundee. It includes credit bearing modules in career planning with a 5-6 month internship in China. (Places may also be available in India but additional eligibility criteria may apply.) The course commences at the University of Dundee in January 2014 with 2/3 weeks on career planning and preparation before flying to China (or India) to take up a high quality internship. On completion students will have gained a graduate certificate from a highly regarded University, excellent international work experience and a CV which stands out from the crowd to UK employers. Current placements include business, engineering and design.
If you’re a Brunel student who is looking for a job on campus and able to work between 22-26 July take a look at the Graduation Steward role. You’ll need to be quick though as you’ll have to get an application pack, and return it to Job Shop by Friday 21 June 2013.
It’s the time of year when you may be making applications through local NQT primary and secondary Pools. Take a look at the Getting a teaching job AGCAS resource (PDF) on the PCC Exploring career options Teaching page as this should help you with your applications.
You can find information and advice on motivations for doing postgraduate research, how to manage your research and yourself, and how to develop on the Vitae website.
Just starting out on your doctorate or an experienced researcher? Vitae also gives ‘guidance to think about how you can manage your career. It will help you to think about what you want to do, navigate recruitment processes and manage your career over the long term.’
LawCareers.net’s guide to formal writing should help you to make more successful applications. The same principles apply whether you’re applying for any opportunity, regardless of whether it’s engineering, accountancy or law!
Are you a current Brunel BusinessorLaw student or graduate (up to two years after graduation)?
Are you living some some distance from campus or just not able to get back to Uxbridge and have Skype?
Well, here’s an offer you can’t refuse: You can set up an interview to get help from a Careers Consultant by emailing careers@brunel. Remember to put Skype interview in the subject line of your email, and tell us a little bit about your situation and the kind of help you would like.
company, industry, market and country reports and data
company and industry financial information
audio and visual material resources specifically related to business.
Think about talking to a Careers Consultant or your Placement Officer as they can advise on job search, check your CV or ‘open enders’ on an application form, help you prepare for interviews and assessment centre activities