Finding Ada Online Recruitment Fair for Women in STEM

Thursday 1 February 2018
Time: 09:00 – 17:00, GMT
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The fair will bring together employers and female job hunters to talk about jobs and careers in one-on-one conversations from your mobile or tablet.

The fair is open to all women with a right to work in the UK, from final year undergraduates, to recent graduates, masters or doctoral students, early career jobs hunters and STEM returners. Employers will come from across the STEM spectrum – start-ups to global multinationals.

London Writers Network: Meet the Publishers 

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21 March 2018
6.30 – 8.30pm
Idea Store Whitechapel
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A panel of literary publishers – Crystal Mahey-Morgan from OWN IT!, Gary Budden and Kit Caless from Influx Press, Bibi Bakare-Yusuf from Cassava Republic and Lizzie Huxley-Jones from 3 of Cups will lead an insight session into the realms of literature publishing. This will include an outline of the publishing process, ways in which writers can take their work to the next stage and top tips on how to approach a publisher.

FREE for London Writers Network Members / £6 standard / £4 concessions

MedComms Networking

for the PhD and postgraduate community and any others who are interested. There’s a networking_2MedComms careers event in Oxford on 11 January 2018 which will give you the chance to learn more about MedComms, including meeting agency representatives – whether you’re looking for a job in MedComms or just considering options for the future.

View the full programme and registration details.

You can find free resources at

Dedicated to documentaries?

Open City Documentary Festival creates an open space to nurture and champion the art of creative documentary and non-fiction filmmakers.’

opencity_docfestivalMade a documentary you want to share with the world?  Submit your film and you’ll have the chance to share your work with our festival audience and get it seen by our jury of key industry figures, including filmmakers, artists, distribution and exhibition experts and commissioning editors.

Early Bird Deadline 18 December 2017
Regular Deadline 8 April 2018
Late Deadline 7 May 2018
Submit your film via FilmFreeway

The 2018 Festival will take place from 4-9 September at venues across London.

LAST CHANCE: PhD funding Fair

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4 December 2017

Central LondonVenue to be advised to successful applicants only

  • Dedicated event focusing on the needs of potential PhD students
  • Face-to-face opportunity to discuss your PhD plans and aspirations
  • Meet over 20 high quality Universities with PhD funding to offer
  • Chat to current PhD students about their experience of looking for and being a PhD student in our ​unique and ever popular PhD Student Peer to Peer Advice Room​
  • Attend talks on how to apply for a PhD and funding

Specialist Subject Sessions: The Fair is divided into two subject Sessions:
​The Morning Session covers PhD funding in the Arts and Humanities, Law, Management and Social Sciences.
The Afternoon Session covers PhD funding across the range of Science and Engineering subjects.

As this is a specialist Fair, and we have limited spaces in both the morning and afternoon Sessions, you will need to have applied, been accepted, and have received a personal invitation to the Fair, in order to attend.

Free to attend, but you need to apply now.  Register –

Meet PwC

Get an insight into what they do and how they do it by attending an event or applying for another opportunity:

Career Open Days – a highly interactive day for students to learn more about the work we do:
Tech Academy – a paid five day work placement for students with a passion for technology:
Women in Business – students shadow our female leaders for three days paid work experience to find out what it takes to get to the top at PwC. They’ll also have a chance to shadow recent graduates for hands on experience:
Summer Internship – a 6-8 week placement to give students an insight into what we really do, and to discover how the work we do supports our clients:
Work Placements – an 11 month placement where students will be part of the team, taking on real life client challenges: