Upcoming Events

There are plenty of events still to come this term, and many more opportunities to meet top employers on campus. See careers.qmul.ac.uk/events for the full list of upcoming events and registration details. Read on for some of the highlights coming up in the next 2 weeks …

Focus on Technology

Focus on Technology is our programme of events which explore the range of areas you can pursue in the technology sector.

Focus on Technology: Careers in Technology Panel (join the waiting list)

Monday 17th October: This panel discussion will feature people from a range of organisations (including Bloomberg and Network Rail) and roles, talking about their careers and taking questions from you.

Applications Masterclass, delivered by IBM (waiting list)

Tuesday 18th October: This session led by IBM will look at the application process and give an insight into the things recruiters are looking for on an application.

Morgan Stanley Technology Skills

Wednesday 19th October: Hear from a QMUL alumnus about working in the Technology Division of Morgan Stanley. The workshop will also cover business problem-solving questions and group discussions in assessment centres.

QMUL Technology Fair 2016

Thursday 20th October: The Technology Careers Information Fair is a key way to find out about a range of opportunities in this area. Exhibitors include Accenture, Deloitte, ION Trading, Cancer Research, Alumni by MThree Consulting, Amazon, EDF Trading and many more.


Undergraduate Law: Work Experience & Vacation Schemes: Panel & Networking

Tuesday 18th October: Everything you wanted to know about Vacation Schemes: panel discussion and networking.

Prepare for the Law Fair with Baker & McKenzie

Wednesday 19th October: This year’s Law Fair sponsors, Baker & McKenzie, will offer advice on how you can make a good impression, while at the same time gaining insights that will help strengthen your applications.

QMUL Law Careers Information Fair 2016 – kindly sponsored by Baker & McKenzie

Monday 24th & Tuesday 25th October: The QMUL Law Fair is for law and non-law students looking to discover more about training contracts, vacations schemes and life at a law firm. There will be over 40 firms, chambers and providers exhibiting over two days at this year’s law fair. The perfect opportunity for you to find out more about training contracts, vacation schemes and life at a law firm. See link above for full list of attendees.

Other upcoming events

Civil Service Fast Stream Employer Presentation

Tuesday 18th October: Join two current Fast Streamers to find out first-hand about life on the Fast Stream, tips on how to apply and the careers this can lead to. 

Maths Impacts, kindly sponsored by Bloomberg

Wednesday 19th October: Our key event for students studying Maths. The event is focused on highlighting the usage of maths in a range of occupations and will begin with a keynote speech on ‘Bloomberg Data: Leveraging Maths in A Data Driven World” from Bloomberg. After this there will be a series of workshops which will highlight how maths is used in a range of roles – speakers are IBM, Willis Towers Watson and NMPi.

History Futures: The School of History’s flagship CAREERS event

Wednesday 26th October: This is a fantastic opportunity to explore careers in the worlds of Museums & Heritage, Public Affairs, Media, Government & Politics, Business & Finance and Charities/Not for Profit, with QMUL History alumni and other invited guests.

Please note: if the event that you would like to attend is full, please still register and you will be added to the waiting list. This means if attendees cancel you could be allocated a place at the event.


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