Are you interested in working in Malaysia?

The UKE Council for Malaysian Students contacted us yesterday to say that they are holding a Careers Fair at the University College of London on the 28th of March.

They have said that at the Fair will be the “top recruiters from the best companies and organisations in Malaysia”. A wide variety of employment sectors and industries will be represented and there will be opportunities for those looking for internships and graduate jobs. It will mainly be of relevance to Malaysian students but there are also opportunities for people of other nationalities.

The Fair takes place on Sunday the 28th March and there will be interview sessions with the Companies on the 29th & 30th March.

Interested applicants are advised to submit their CVs online BEFORE THE 7th OF MARCH at and they will be forwarded to the Companies.

So you’ll need to be quick, but if you miss this deadline you can still attend the Fair, (but priority for interviews will be given to those who have sent their CV in advance.)
There is a lot more information on their website-
Careers Service

Careers Service


enfieldchoppers said...

I'm planning to do post graduation in Sheffield in environmental engineering. PLease give me an insight on the graduate opportunities in the same field in UK and Overseas.... It is critical to decide my decision to join shefield.....

Judy Everett - Careers Adviser said...

Sorry it has taken a while for me to post a reply, but I have been away on a week’s holiday.
It is not always possible to give a totally clear answer to the question ‘what do people do after a particular course’, because a lot will depend on what qualifications, experiences and skills they have already and what they want to do. However I will try and answer your question.
Firstly, I have had a look at the destination data of people who have done this course in the past and they have gone on to jobs with titles such as Environmental Consultant, Process Engineering Researcher, Surveyor/Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Energy Estimator and Agricultural Consultant. Some obviously went on to further study – PhD or MPhil.
Secondly, I would suggest that you ask the Department that you are applying to about the likely career routes of people doing their course.
Thirdly, have a look at the Prospects website and in particular the section ‘Explore types of jobs’ and the sub-sections on ‘Environment’ and ‘Engineering’ for ideas of careers in this sector.
Hope this is of help
Best wishes

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