A 3 day free IT conference with a theme: Information technology: Breaking Barriers from 2-4 November 2017. The event is open to Brunel students who have an interest in or are studying towards a degree in the business or information technology discipline. As well as gaining knowledge it will be a great opportunity to network, meet professionals who are already working in the industry and to form and build new relationships.
There will be a keynote speech by John Morton (CEO of CPM and a founder to three technology start-ups), talks and workshops that are industry-focused and interactive, on a wide range of industry subjects and topics: Cyber Security & Your Digital Footprint, GDPR, Agile Delivery, Big Data, Software Development, Develop Hub, Hackathon, Web Site Design Workshop and a CV clinic. The conference is supported by the British Computer Society (BCS) who have contributed speakers.
Find out about the speakers, registration and workshops scheduled for the conference.
Think publishing is all about dusty books on shelves? Think again.
The industry is at the heart of the digital information economy and there are more opportunities than ever before for talented people, particularly with business and technology backgrounds. Visit the Publishers Association careers site for more information, including video interviews with young publishers, job profiles and more.
It’s a skill that employers want… commercial awareness.
Do you understand the role that money plays in business success? Join a free online course delivered through videos, animations, interviews, hints and tips, quizzes and discussions with other learners around the world – just four hours per week over four weeks – starting on 28 September 2015!
The course will enable you to map your skills and gain evidence of your experience, to create a comprehensive record of learning and develop your CV.
We all need a little help sometimes!
Take a look at some practical tips from the ICAEW to help you boost your employability, develop your key skills and improve your job prospects.
Not just relevant to students who are studying finance or accountancy!
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TED is a platform for ideas worth spreading. Started in 1984 as a conference where technology, entertainment and design converged, TED today shares ideas from a broad spectrum — from science to business to global issues including career topics.
to evaluate your potential for a business or finance career that will also market you (anonymously!) to recruiters!
Recruiters identify and contact best fit candidates for their roles by searching on the sections of the test that are relevant to their vacancy. Get an insight from students who have sat the Test and, as a result, found a job.
Why should you take the Bloomberg Assessment Test?
- It could lead to a job or internship in the finance industry
- It will help you to evaluate your skills
- It’s a great addition to your CV
- It’s open to all student and recent graduates – all levels and disciplines
- It’s free!
Not sure that it’s right for you? Try some sample questions.
Here are a few more links to professional organisations that may be of interest if you’re thinking of a business/management career:
Association for Project Management UK based organisation whose objective is to advance and promote project management and the professional development of project managers
British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) Facilities managers are responsible for many of the buildings and services which support businesses and other types of organisations and BIFM represents and supports the facilities managers and their professional development. Website has a jobs listing
British Quality Foundation Corporate membership organisation helping organisations of all sizes and sectors to learn from best practice and improve their performance
Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) Chartered professional body which promotes education, training and professional development for quality related job roles