The last week of February is International Students Week, and to mark it the Careers and Enterprise department are holding a whole host of talks, events and workshops … More What’s On?: Events For International Students
In the UK, there are laws in place to prevent many forms of unpaid work, however, lack of specificity means it is still possible for many employers to advertise unpaid opportunities. … More Unpaid Internships: Know Your Rights!
In this first of two blog posts aimed at international students, we take a look at some questions we’re frequently asked… Look out for part 2 which looks at improving your job hunting strategy. How do you maximise your chances of getting recruited post- graduation? Make sure your English is as fluent as possible. This … More International students: Answers to your common questions
Calling all International Students – International Students Careers Week is almost here! 19th – 22nd November 2018 International Student Careers Week presents a great programme of talks for international students who want information about working in the UK or overseas during their studies or after they have graduated. Book now for the events below! Limited … More International Student Careers Week: 19th-22nd November
Careers & Enterprise have produced five country-specific job search guides for international students from China, Malaysia, India, Pakistan and Russia. You will be able to find all the important aspects of job hunting in these countries, including how to market your QMUL degree to overseas employers, how to start your job search and what to … More International Job Search Guides
With strict visa regulations, it can be difficult for international students to secure a graduate role in the UK. However, it is not impossible and we have many international alumni who have successfully found interesting graduate roles here. As a postgraduate student, you only have one year during which you can gain valuable work experience … More Practical tips for international postgrads looking for work in the UK
This is a tough time of year for international graduates. Many have enjoyed their time living and studying in the UK, making new friends and connections as well as achieving the necessary academic results to earn their degrees. The next step is often to explore how to extend this academic experience by applying for jobs. … More Advice to international students looking to work in the UK after graduation