Competitions, internships, research and MOOCs – it’s all (still) going on.

Another round up of opportunities to level-up your employability, career nerds!

Some Late Night ActionClosing 13 November! Deutsche Bank Internship Programme has roles available in: Asset Management, Corporate & Investment Banking: Corporate Finance, Corporate & Investment Banking: Global Transaction Banking, Finance, Global Markets, Group Audit, Human Resources, Regulation, Compliance & Anti-Financial Crime, Risk, Technology and also (closing 31 December) Infrastructure and Technology.

Starting 14 November for three weeks. How to Succeed at Interviews. Join the University of Sheffield’s MOOC (Massive Open Online Course don’t y’know) and learn at your own pace.

Closing 18 November! Researchers in Schools is a unique teacher training programme for researchers who are completing/have completed – a doctorate. They’re looking to target maths, physics and engineering PhDs first and foremost but are happy to talk to other STEM PhDs.

Do you aspire to become an Investment Banker or Trader at a top tier investment bank? Perhaps you should examine your life choices. Arf! No, seriously…you might be interested in The Young Investment Banker Weekend, 18/19 February 2017 at University, College, London (UCL). Places are going fast.

First year Law student? Check out the firms offering work experience opportunities exclusively for first-years. Get a foot in the door, and direct experience of life at a law firm.

Enter the MasCupon Challenge and win a paid internship at their offices in Valencia! Send an idea for a digital marketing campaign for the Easter season. The most original proposal bags the internship.

a-n The Artists Information Company offers practical advice and material for all visual artists. Covers professional practice. The news section is very informative. And under the univeristy’s licence agreement you all have free access via this link. Aren’t we lovely?

Change100 brings together the UK’s top employers and talented disabled students and graduates to offer three months of paid work experience.

Students and graduates are being asked for their views on employment and career choices. The Trendence (sic) survey will be open until January and will shape the content of next edition of the Guardian UK 3000 (double sic!) publication. Take part and you’re in with the chance to win a year’s worth of Netflix vouchers.

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Paul Rothwell • 11/11/2016

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