Interested in studying abroad, finding an international internship or searching for a new
job here or around the world? Get answers to your internship and job search questions. Get a realistic understanding of work permit and visa requirements, as well as financial considerations and other prime factors critical to your success in a new location.
- Learn how to identify US employers seeking to hire international professionals through H-1B visa petitions – and how to connect this information to current job opportunities.
- Learn how to connect your degree with hiring opportunities by identifying key employers and industry contacts for informational interviews and study abroad networking.
Find out at a webinar how to get the best out of GoinGlobal. Register…
You can find GoinGlobal on the PDC website.
Get some summer work experience and find out about grad schemes on the News Associates‘ site.
Take a look at the TARGETjobs article The graduate job hunter’s guide to gamification. Recruiters such as Citi, Network Rail and Vodafone are using it as part of their selection processes. Read why they’re using it and how you can succeed.
Do you want that job?
Get ready, do some research and prepare (FutureRising article, 20 January 2017).
Mentoring can be particularly valuable for women who want to succeed in gender diversity industries such as technology. You can read about some schemes outside the workplace that have recently been set up, and the benefits of mentoring from three sets of mentees and mentors talking about their relationship in a Guardian article (16 January 2017).
from FutureRising to help you get a career in the music industry.
Pick up a copy of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers from the Professional Development Centre (PDC), We’re located on the 1st Floor in the Bannerman Centre (just above the Student Centre).