At this exclusive series of events, you will hear about careers and sectors from professionals working in them. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to get an insider's perspective so don't miss out.
You will get tips on looking for job opportunities and how to achieve success in the recruitment process and have the opportunity to ask the questions that matter to you.
These events are very popular, so please book your place early. You can register on My Career two weeks in advance.
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Time: 5.30pm - 8pm
Location: A09/Atrium, ESLC
My Career ID: 7254
Building services engineers design the lighting, heating and other essential functions of a building and have a key role in environmental sustainability.
With roles available for students from a range of subjects including mechanical, electrical and architectural environmental engineering, come along to this session to meet engineering professionals to get an insight into their work and opportunities in the sector.
Time: 6 - 8pm
Location: A32 Dearing Building, Jubilee Campus
My Career ID: 6913
Software developers are in demand with many companies creating their own in house/custom software (or using software houses to create this for them).
This event will feature speakers from four different software development companies to tell you how they got their role, what a day in their life is like and they will also showcase some of their projects.
You will also get the chance to hear their top hints and tips on how to secure a job in the industry. The presentations will be followed by pizza and the opportunity to chat with the speakers.
Location: A48, Sir Clive Granger Building
My Career ID: 6938
When considering future careers, many students with well-developed language skills are keen to use these in a specialist setting and the translation and interpreting professions offer this opportunity.
At this informal session, you’ll hear from a professional working in either area and have plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
Time: 6 - 8 pm
Location: A09, ELSC
My Career ID: 6823
The question of whether to do a PhD and the potential career paths this could lead to is a big question if you’re wanting to stay in the field of science based research and development.
The impact and outcome this has on the different STEM subjects is vast. For some sectors realistically you will need a PhD for entry level research, while for other areas you may not need a PhD to get your foot through the door, but industry experience could be essential.
Whatever the requirements and the routes for progression, there will be commonalities and differences between industries and even between individual companies, so doing research now is key.
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