Upcoming competition and work/study experience deadlines – because there’s more to employability than just employment…

Employability is all about getting experience, but also it’s about evidencing your skills and abilities. Here’s a few interesting ways to put yourself to the test, get the stamp of approval and get noticed in ways that are CV Gold…

Closing 20 November: Shell Springboard is now open for applications from the UK’s most innovative low-carbon entrepreneurs. Shell is calling on entrepreneurs with bright ideas for reducing carbon emissions to enter the Shell Springboard programme for a chance to receive a no strings attached grant to help scale-up their businesses. http://bit.ly/1LKMUzn

Closing 12 December: The 2015 National Student Awards supports research projects from UK students in higher education that can help to provide solutions to the threats to the marine and coastal environment. The winning project will be published professionally and cash prizes are on offer http://bit.ly/1qVlECd

Closing 28 January TARGETjobs, in collaboration with some of the biggest names in graduate recruitment including, E.ON, Expedia, Gazprom, Laing ORourke, LOreal MARS, and Rolls Royce has launched the 2016 Undergraduate of the Year Awards competition, now in its seventh year to identify outstanding undergraduates from a range of degree subjects across the UK. The rewards are great: winners prizes include internships and all-expenses paid trips to Singapore, USA, and continental Europe and the final 10 students in each Award will be invited to the Undergraduate of the Year Awards Event in Canary Wharf London on 22 April http://bit.ly/1wKCtTJ

The Fall 2015 HOLT Valuation Challenge is offering you a chance to interview for paid internships and CO-OPs within Credit Suisse HOLT starting from June 2016! The challenge is evaluated entirely on your performance and is open to Bachelor, Master, MBA or PHD students from any university. http://bit.ly/1XjzIW3

Booking for Easter 2016: Study China provides a three-week study experience at leading Chinese universities, covering Chinese language, culture and business. Interaction with Chinese students, academic staff, local families and businesses is structured into a programme of accredited language courses, workshops, trips and excursions. http://bit.ly/1PzRNxN


Paul Rothwell • 21/10/2015

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