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Hi, 3 bits of news in this blog:-

1. Mandarin Consultant, a London-based Consultancy firm specialising in working with Chinese students and graduates, will be on campus on Thursday 24th November. They will deliver a lunchtime seminar for Chinese students and graduates who want to gain internship work experience or start their career successfully in the UK, internationally, and in China. At the seminar they will talk about: 2012 Internship opportunities; Graduate job opportunities for Chinese students and graduates in general; Information on U.K and international companies recruiting Chinese graduates in the U.K; Opportunities based in China; Application strategies and tips; Essential skills for making strong applications; Work visa issues, and more. This should be a very useful session for Chinese students. For details and to book a place - http://tiny.cc/nfb85

2. GradMalaysiaFree copies of the GradMalaysia Directories (on the work areas listed below) for 2012 are now available. Call in to the Careers Service to pick up a copy.-Banking and Financial Services -ICT-Engineering

3. Developing Intercultural and Global Awareness Skills Talk- I will be delivering this session on Thursday 24th November 1.00pm-2.00pm in Hicks Lecture Theatre 4. This talk is about the following- “In today's international labour market employers really look for global and intercultural awareness in their graduate recruits. But what does this mean and how can you develop these skills and show employers that you have them? This talk will give you tips and pointers on how to do it and why it is important. So whether you are looking to work in the UK or abroad, this session will help you enhance your employability. This session is aimed at all students (UK, EU and International)”. There is no need to book – just turn up.

- However unfortunately it is on at the same time as the Mandarin Consultant session, so if you are a Chinese student unsure of which one to attend, I would advise you to go to the Manadarin Consultant session as this may be the only time they are on campus this year.
-Also please note if you attended the Skills for Success session on ‘Skills for the Global Marketplace’ that I ran with HSBC earlier this semester then you don’t need to attend this session as it will cover similar content.


Judy
Careers Service

Careers Service

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