Workshops & Events
Throughout the year, there are a whole
range of fairs, workshops and other events that all students are
welcome to attend. Browse through the list below, and click on the
links to find out more or to book a place (this is just so that we
can get an idea of how many people will attend - there is no cost,
and if you then can't attend, you are able to go back in later and
cancel your place).
Fairs are opportunities for you
to come and meet with a range of employers/organisations, who
normally have stalls that you can walk around and chat to people.
It's an informal event - a great opportunity to find out more
information and meet
Overseas Volunteering Fair
Tuesday 26 November 2013
De Grey Court Foyer
Workshops are more formal events, that take place
at a certain time, and are run by members of the Careers &
Employability team. It's a chance to find out more information, and
receive help and advice related to the topic of the session.
Getting a Part-time Job
Sessions - New sessions will be added shortly.
Working in the
UK - This session is specifically for International Students
looking for Part-time work while studying.
Sessions - half hour session where you can find out more
about volunteering in the university, in the local community and
overseas - more sessions will be added shortly.
Professional Skills Programme
The Professional Skills Programme comprises a series of free
applied skills sessions and an online Employability Tutorial, each
workshop looking at a different professional skill.
The Programme is open to all students and you can the workshops
which suit you. Each session is bookable via the Eventbrite online
booking system, and the Employability Tutorial is accessible via
your own Moodle homepage.
View the Professional Skills Programme for
2013/14 and book your place
Throughout the year, we run a number of
'campaigns' aimed at raising awareness about careers &
employability related issues, often targeted as specific groups of
students. So if you see us out and about on campus more than usual
during these times, that's why!
Monsters are Scary, Careers aren't!
A reminder to all students not to be scared of thinking about
their career, and what help the Careers & Employability Team
are able to provide
Ready Steady Go!
A programme of events mainly designed for final year students,
to help them with preparing for life after graduation.