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.
at a University Women in the Arts event on Saturday 4 November at 11:00am-12:00pm at the Hampstead Theatre Studio. Tickets are free and the event is open to any female arts student or woman wanting to work in the arts. Sue will offer advice to women wanting to work in the arts and discuss the future of a diverse cultural landscape.
The one off University Women in the Arts scheme was set up to address why more women study the arts but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. Last year’s UCAS figures showed 63% of arts students in the UK were female, but Tonic Theatre, British Theatre Consortium and Freeland Foundation figures have shown only around 30% of female playwrights, directors and artists are female.
Book your free ticket.
Girls Talk London are partnering with luxury high end designer Lucy Choi London (niece of Jimmy Choo) as part of our I am Mogul Pop-up festival. This is an excellent opportunity if you wish to pursue a career in Fashion/Design or have ambitions to start your own business.
Lucy Choi London invites you to their Mayfair Boutique on Tuesday 21 November 2017 at 6:30pm to have an exclusive sit down one-to-one chat with the founder and designer Lucy Choi who is the niece of legendary designer Jimmy Choo to find out how she has built her fashion brand and how she has become a leader in a competitive business.
Afterwards, Celebrity Fashion Stylist, Denise Brown, will join Lucy for a Q&A sharing her story on how fashion changed her life and answering all your style and fashion queries! Denise has worked with celebrities such as Rihanna, Kanye West, Ed Sheeran and Vogue UK Editor Edward Enniful, and her vibrant energy helps her clients look and feel their best and she wants to support women to make their own rules in life and work!
For more information and to register – using the student discount code GTLSTUDENT – go to www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/i-am-mogul-pop-up-festival-an-evening-with-lucy-choi-london-tickets-37790441227.
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Hear from Barrister and judicial members about the profession as part of a panel presentation followed by a networking reception. Our Outreach Team will be on hand to answer your questions about funding and Inner Temple programmes.
Don’t miss out; get the facts about the profession, not the myths. Use this link to book onto an event now!
Insight event – London 26 October 2017
Venue: The Inner Temple (EC4Y 7HL)
- Doors open 5.30pm
- Panel session with Question and Answer session 6pm
- Reception from 7pm to 8.30pm.
- Book here
Insight event – Oxford 1 November 2017
Venue: Examination school (OX1 4BG)
- 6.30 pm Doors open
- 6.45pm Panel session with Question and Answer session
- 7.40 pm Reception
- 8.40 pm Finish
- Book here
Insight event – Cambridge – 28 November
- 5.30 pm Doors open
- 6.00 pm Panel session with Question and Answer session
- 7.00 pm Reception
- 8.40 pm Finish
- Book here
Find out more about the sessions taking place near Brunel:
If 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 email@example.com, who can post them for you.
Do 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
Location: Lecture Centre LECT 062
Register at http://bit.ly/2y4lxAP