There are a range of Careers sessions coming up that are specifically designed for international students:-
1. 'International students how to maximise your chances of getting a graduate job'- this is a 1 hour talk that I will be doing on Thursday 27th October, 1-2pm in Hicks Lecture Theatre 7 - no need to book, just turn up. However please note this is a repeat of the session that ran on 11th October- so if you came to this one then don't need to come to this one. (But if you did attend on the 11th and found it useful, then tell your friends and encourage them to come to the one on the 27th).
2.'Staying in the UK to work - The Points-based system' - Jo Holiday the International Adviser for the Student Union Advice Centre and I will be doing a joint presentation. It is on Tuesday 8th Novemeber at 5.15pm in the Student Union Auditorium. Again no need to book- just turn up.
3. 'CV Workshop for International Students' - This is a 2-part workshop that I run with a member of staff from the English Language Teaching Centre (ELTC). It is on Thursday 10th November 2-5pm and Thursday 17th November pm. The first week is a workshop and the second week is where you have your CV individually reviewed by staff from the Careers Service and the ELTC. So you have to be able to attend both sessions. There are limited places. Booking opens on Monday 31st October and you have to come into the Careers Service with £10 to leave as a deposit (you get it back at the end of the workshops).
So, if you think you will find these useful, then put the dates in your schedule and we will see you there. More details are on the 'What's On Diary' http://www.shef.ac.uk/careers/students/events