A last bag of opportune and eventful goodies before we ring down the curtain on academic year 2015 – 16 (dunno about you but I for one am filling up right now *sniff*)…

16 June, 6 – 7.30pm. Plumpton College is recruiting Lecturers, Programme Managers, Curriculum Managers, Heads of Faculty. Why not drop in to their careers event, meet staff, tour the college and discuss your next career move. http://bit.ly/1UGlYko

Closing 26 June! What would a career in professional services entail? Register for this insight week with @Deloitte MCN to find out http://bit.ly/25hiD6F.

6 July – AuthentiCity is a careers event for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender students who are looking to work in the City. If you have career aspirations in Law, Investment Banking, Accountancy, Fund Management, Insurance or Property – or you simply wish to explore what these sectors have to offer – then this event is for you. Register at http://bit.ly/1UGUJcf.

Impress and meet the UK’s top graduate employers at the Gradbridge Award this summer (31 Aug – 2 Sept 2016) by demonstrating that you have the skills and qualities they’re looking for.

Sandown Bay Academy has School Direct placements available for September 2016 start. If you have a degree, you can train to be a Secondary School Teacher in just one year. Please contact : Louise Highmore, Sandown Bay Academy, The Fairway, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 9JH Tel. 01983 409128 W: www.sandownbayacademy.org.

Worried about changes to the Tier 4 and Tier 2 Visa system? Feel that working in the UK may no longer be an option but still want to stay and work in the EU? Have you considered working in the Netherlands? CIUK provides a number of coaching programmes which will help your students get their visa and find work in the Netherlands – http://careerinteractive.org/holland/

The Business School are holding two open evenings for their part-time professional courses. Find out more at http://bit.ly/1UkpDbL.

The Deaf and Disability Careers Fair will be held on 9 September 2016 at the Greenway Community Centre in Southmead, Bristol. The Fair is part of a series of specialist deaf regional careers fairs that Deaf Unity is hosting for deaf people across the UK. By working with a range of local partners who have an interest in deaf and disability issues, Deaf Unity wishes to reach out to deaf, hard of hearing, and disabled People outside of London and beyond. http://bit.ly/1tg5bhT

We’ll be here and posting all summer (bar the bank holiday) so don’t be a stranger now and we’ll see you in September…’scuse me, just got something in my eye…

 

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