Updated 16th February.
We have lots of great events coming up this term, including our International Students Careers Week – see below for some highlights. For the full list, see careers.qmul.ac.uk/events
International Students Careers Week – 13th – 17th Feb – see here for details.
Enterprise: Social Entrepreneur’s Journey – 21st Feb, 6-8pm
We will have 5 different social entrepreneurs (including Too Good To Go, Gym Bites and Motus Innovations) that will discuss their journey in developing their enterprises, highlighting their challenges and what they have overcome. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and for networking following the event.
Career Conversations: Exploring Careers in Public Relations – 28th Feb, 6.15-7.30pm
This is a fantastic opportunity to explore working in Public Relations. We are delighted to have QM alumni Lisa Dillon who is Director of Communications at Hearst Magazinesand Suraj Bhanot who is an Account Manager at leading PR agency Weber Shandwick. Lisa and Suraj will each give a short case study presentation on a PR project that they have been involved with – to help you get a better understanding of the role of PR in different contexts. We will also be joined by Kate Turner, Public Affairs and PR Consultant at The PR Office.
Civil Service Fast Stream – Diversity Skills Session – 2nd March, 4-5pm
This workshop is about understanding the value of diversity and the importance of being authentic in the workplace. Hear from the Civil Service’s highest-ranking BAME director on how to get to the top while still being yourself. You’ll have the opportunity to engage with a Senior Civil Servant committed to increasing diversity at every level and championing the value of difference. He will discuss ways to build up your personal confidence and develop strategies to succeed at work.
All students are welcome to attend. This event would be of particular interest to QMUL students interested in government, politics, journalism, communication, and diversity and disability issues, and students from BAME backgrounds engaged in societies.
Want to work for a not-for-profit? – 8th March, 2-3.30pm
Frontier, the international volunteering abroad organisation, hosts a one hour workshop on careers in conservation and the benefits of working for a not-for profit. The information workshop will include how you can gain experience in the field via internships and job opportunities both in the UK and abroad. This workshop will take the format of a presentation alongside workshop activities where you will have an insight in to the different roles, what they involve and how to apply for such positions. There will also be an additional 30 minutes for open discussion and Q&A.
Deloitte Tax – from Law to Tax Consulting – 9th March 6.30-7.30pm
Deloitte LLP will be coming to us to discuss a career in Tax at Deloitte, and how the skills developed during your law studies are a great fit for Tax Consultancy. They will be offering further insight into Deloitte and their culture, as well as an introduction to Tax as a career and what you can expect from day to day life as a Tax Consultant. We will talk you through the different career opportunities and pathways into Deloitte Tax, giving you some insight into what to expect from the application process. You will also have the opportunity to ask us any questions you might have about the application process or life at Deloitte in general.