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Careers Events – Presentations - What's on Weeks 5 & 6 – Semester 1

To view What’s on, please visit http://www.lboro.ac.uk/services/careers/students-and-graduates/careers-events/ for further information and to book your place at these sessions at Loughborough Campus. 

These include:

Making yourself Attractive to Employers

A presentation to help you to understand what will make you an attractive candidate for employers and also to identify ways of increasing your skills and experience whilst you are studying in the UK. This will be immediately followed by a chance to meet our alumni speaker working in the UK to learn from their experiences - especially in the recruitment process, and then their longer-term career development.

Wednesday 30 October – 6:00pm – 8:00pm J001 Edward Herbert

Insight Day with Intelligent Employers – Chemical Engineering Students only

Intelligent Energy (IE) is a fuel cell engineering company focused on the development and commercialisation of its PEM fuel cell technologies for a range of markets including automotive, stationary power and UAVs. IE are headquartered in the UK, with additional offices and representation in the US, Japan, Korea, and China.
IE design and manufacture commercially viable fuel cell products to unlock the benefits of hydrogen, enabling their customers to have class-leading, reliable and affordable zero-emission products.

Wednesday 30 October – 2:00pm – 4:00pm – Holywell Park

Top Tips for the Recruitment Process

This comprehensive talk will address the key stages of the recruitment process in the UK. You will gain an understanding of good practice of how to approach the following aspects of recruitment:
• CVs
• Covering Letters
• Application Forms
• Employer Tests
• Assessment Centres
• Interviews

Thursday 31 October – 6.00pm – 7.30pm – J104 Edward Herbert

‘You’ in your Biz

This is your chance to evaluate your productivity and time-management, finding a schedule or routine that works for your business and study commitments, as well as auditing your own well-being and considering your resilience and how to maximise looking after yourself as you balance such important projects alongside one another.

Thursday 31 October – 6.30pm – 8.00pm – The Start-Up lab (STEM 2.01)

STEM Mock Assessment Centres

You'll hear first-hand what to expect and learn how to prepare effectively. Come along and gain as much practice as you can before your first real assessment centre.
• Practice some elements of an assessment centre with the Careers Network and real engineering and science recruiters
• Have a go at the types of interview questions you may encounter
• Experience a group activity
• This workshop is for students from all years in all Engineering, Science and Maths Departments.

Tuesday 5 November – 6.00pm-8.30pm – WPT001 West Park Hub

Working in the UK after your studies – for Non-EEA students

Freeths Solicitors will explain the current immigration programmes and schemes if you are looking to stay in the UK to work after your studies. This event runs only in November and April - it is helpful to be informed early about the immigration schemes in the UK so you can prepare in advance.

Wednesday 6 November – 6.00pm-8.00pm – J001 Edward Herbert

A Slice of the Market Pie

In this session, you will be provided with everything you need to know about Market Research. In this session, we explore how to identify your slice of the market, begin identifying your target audience and building customer profiles, as well as considering how to effectively analyse your competitors.

Wednesday 6 November – 6.30pm - 8.00pm – The Start-Up lab (STEM lab 2.01)

 

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