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Thanks, yes I meant data science, I can't look at uni as I am not longer at uni so I will have to do it myself
It's worth checking if your login still works, if your uni does have a system like that - I know mine allowed students to continue accessing for a couple of years after!
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Got a question about graduate schemes? Ask it here, and get it answered
What would you say the top 5 graduate schemes in the country are
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Hello, I’m currently running my masters in Data Science from RGU and I have over 3 years prior work experience as a Database Administrator. I’ve been seriously checking for graduate roles in the UK and for the ones I see they keep asking for right to work. Is there a way I can get the list of companies with IT graduate schemes that can sponsor visa for grad schemes? That would do! Thanks!!
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Hello, I’m currently running my masters in Data Science from RGU and I have over 3 years prior work experience as a Database Administrator. I’ve been seriously checking for graduate roles in the UK and for the ones I see they keep asking for right to work. Is there a way I can get the list of companies with IT graduate schemes that can sponsor visa for grad schemes? That would do! Thanks!!
As far as I'm aware, there's not a way to do this, I'm afraid. I'll look into it though, and update here if I find anything - for you, or anyone else wondering the same!
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What would you say the top 5 graduate schemes in the country are
Honestly, it really depends what sector you're working in, and what you want out of a grad scheme - I think it would be a really hard thing to objectively quantify overall!
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Hello, I’m currently running my masters in Data Science from RGU and I have over 3 years prior work experience as a Database Administrator. I’ve been seriously checking for graduate roles in the UK and for the ones I see they keep asking for right to work. Is there a way I can get the list of companies with IT graduate schemes that can sponsor visa for grad schemes? That would do! Thanks!!
You can check if the company can sponsor Tier 2 visa for employees here: https://uktiersponsors.co.uk/
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Hi I’ve got a grad scheme after my bachelors degree. Is there any chance I may lose this job due to covid 19
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I graduated in 2019 and started work straight away (it was a vocational degree). I am now looking into applying for a graduate scheme in a different sector.
Has anybody applied for a graduate scheme unrelated to their BA, BSc? I appreciate i may lack experience, but i was wondering if they looked at things other than experience?

Thanks
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Got a question about graduate schemes? Ask it here, and get it answered
I am searching for a graduate scheme for this year. Is it too late? should I stop searching and just wait for applications for 2021?
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I found a very useful page for graduate job applications, maybe you can also check it, it is onlinegraduatetest (dot) com.
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I am searching for a graduate scheme for this year. Is it too late? should I stop searching and just wait for applications for 2021?
(Original post by tanahm)
Hi I’ve got a grad scheme after my bachelors degree. Is there any chance I may lose this job due to covid 19
(Original post by Mac01010)
Hi
I graduated in 2019 and started work straight away (it was a vocational degree). I am now looking into applying for a graduate scheme in a different sector.
Has anybody applied for a graduate scheme unrelated to their BA, BSc? I appreciate i may lack experience, but i was wondering if they looked at things other than experience?

Thanks
Sorry I missed these questions folks - how’s everything going for you all? Do you still need them answering?
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Sorry I missed these questions folks - how’s everything going for you all? Do you still need them answering?
Havent found anything yet and I am still applying
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You can check if the company can sponsor Tier 2 visa for employees here: https://uktiersponsors.co.uk/
Could you recommend me which websites I could go to check which companies would sponsor graduates from the UK to go and work there for a graduate scheme.

Or websites where they would sponsor people from UK for graduate jobs or jobs?
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What are the best websites to find graduate jobs/schemes?
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I have to take the Criteria Aptitude test. It is 50 questions to be done in 15 minutes.Maths is my weak point. Criteria website says "On the CCAT, there’s no penalty for wrong answers." and it says "Make sure you’re giving yourself a chance to answer all the questions that you’re more comfortable with. For example: if your math skills are rusty and word problems specifically throw you for a loop, it’s okay to hazard a guess and move on to questions you’re more likely to get right."
Tactically this would seem to suggest that I should very quickly skip over the maths questions and aim to do every single verbal/logical reasoning test? But I find it hard to believe that these points will not stand against my score!
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Got a question about graduate schemes? Ask it here, and get it answered
I have to take the Criteria Aptitude test. It is 50 questions to be done in 15 minutes.
Quick mental Maths is my weak point. The Criteria website says "On the CCAT, there’s no penalty for wrong answers." and it says "Make sure you’re giving yourself a chance to answer all the questions that you’re more comfortable with. For example: if your math skills are rusty and word problems specifically throw you for a loop, it’s okay to hazard a guess and move on to questions you’re more likely to get right."
Tactically this would seem to suggest that I should very quickly skip over the maths questions and aim to do every single verbal/logical reasoning test? But I find it hard to believe that these points will not stand against my score!
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