Here's the latest from our Career's Network for current students:
What’s on in WEEK 6 –Semester 2 at Loughborough Campus
International Student Virtual Event Mon 7th March - Friday 11th March 2016
Organised by the Midlands International Group - a consortium of 15 Midlands UK Universities, this is a series of careers-related webinars with careers specialists and employer speakers. Different talks held at 12pm 1.15pm and 6pm each day e-Brochure for further details and to book onto webinar sessions Poster here.
Mon 7th March - Making the Most of Your time in the UK Tue 8th March - Working Globally
Wed 9th March - Returning Home
Thurs 10th March - Working in the UK/EU
Fri 11th March - Working in the UK/EU
Graduate Entry into Medicine
The Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) course provides an accelerated route into the profession for people who already have adegree - most courses are open to graduates of any discipline.
Tuesday 8 March, 6.00pm, J203 Edward Herbert Building
Careers in Acting – Drama Studio
“ACTING AS A CAREER CHOICE: To be (trained) or not to be (trained)? That & other questions.”
An informal talk and Q&A about the realities of making acting your career and advice about drama training.
Drama Studio London is a vocational drama school, accredited by Drama UK, that trains actors for today's acting profession. Training is provided to the highest standard for students with talent and maturity of outlook. Will stretch your ability through a demanding syllabus which will heighten your awareness, offer new or enhanced skills and enable you to practice these skills through consistent performance opportunities. They have an established reputation for full time actor training and also offer some shorter courses for aspiring actors and budding amateurs.
Thursday 10 March, 2.00pm, Leonard Dixon Studio, MartinHall
Delivered by the Careers Network team and staff from arange of top companies, you'll hear first-hand what to expect and learn how to prepare effectively. Come along and gain as much practise as you can before your first real assessment centre.
- Practise some elements of an assessment centre with Careers Network and recruiters
- Get tips on technical interviews
- Have a go at the types of interview questions you may encounter
- Experience a group activity
The event on this date is supported by Leicester City Council and HMRC. Please note, employers may be subject to change.
This workshop is for SBE/SSPGS/School of the Arts, English, Drama and Publishing students. Now open to Design School and School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Thursday 10 March, 6.00pm, CC021 James France
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