China calling

InternChina_oct17Are you looking for an internship and like the thought of China as a destination?  The good news is that the University will provide a travel bursary for L1 and L2 students to get there. However, the program is open to all students.

InternChina are coming on campus at 2:00pm on Monday 23 October 2017 to tell you more about their program.  You’ll also have the chance to meet Brunel students who took part in the program last year!  You must register to attend at http://bit.ly/2y1yhXU.

  • Get an insight into modern China
  • Gain valuable work experience
  • Learning Mandarin Chinese, and
  • Discover traditional Chinese culture.

Also check out the Generation UK – China programme in partnership with the British Council who offer several other programs for working and studying abroad.

Starting out?

stick_figure_look_point_on_cliff_anim_150_clr_8156First steps – look at LawCareers.Net Starting Out hub:

  • First-year law students All the information you need in your first year, from how to develop commercial awareness to work experience opportunities at law firms.
  • Non-law students Covers everything you need to know about the conversion course (GDL), transferable skills from different degrees, and valuable work experience opportunities.
  • The Beginner’s Guide to a Career in Law Clear and accessible advice on the basic structure of a legal career and how to achieve it.

 

Pick it up..

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from the Professional Development Centre, 1st Floor Bannerman Centre (Library building).

Job in robotics?

robotIf you are interested in a career in artificial intelligence, ask The Guardian experts for advice on Wednesday 18 October 2017 from 1–2.30pm BST.

To take part create a free Guardian account, or log in using your Twitter or Facebook profiles to comment. Alternatively, you can tweet @GuardianCareers or email your questions to charlotte.seager@theguardian.com, who can post them for you.

Accountancy Uncovered

money-plantsDo your friends tell you accountancy is boring but you think it might be fun?
Are you baffled by the options in accounting and the different types of accounting pathways?

Representatives from ACCA, CIPFA, CIMA, ICAEW and PwC will be joining us to help you:

  • Discover more about careers in auditing, management accounting, and financial accounting
  • Find out the differences between the various types of accountancy qualifications.

Date:  18 October 2017
Time:  13:30-15:30
Location:  Lecture Centre LECT 062
Register at http://bit.ly/2y4lxAP

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