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FIVE Golden Rules…

The 5 New Rules of Job Search

Recruiting practices have changed with the growth of social media and also with the tough job market we have been experiencing. This article provides some ideas on how you can  ensure you are up-to-date with recruitment trends to help you to stand out from the crowd. (Don’t assume this article is not for you due to your age!)

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/susan-p-joyce/job-search-tips_b_4777598.html

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English Teaching Graduate Scheme

Are you unemployed and graduated in the last three years?

You could be eligible to apply for a place subsidised by the British Council to study a Trinity CertTESOL or Cambridge CELTA course at a UK training centre in 2013.

In many regions around the world there is a huge and growing demand for English language teaching and a need for quality teachers to meet this. This new scheme from the British Council will help provide unemployed graduates (from the last three years) with a gateway into an exciting and dynamic career which gives an insight into other cultures and communities while also helping people around the world to meet their own goals and aspirations.

Applications are now open for the next recruitment round.

Click here for more information.

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Class of 2013: Kickstart your Graduate Future

Kickstart Your Graduate Future with help from your Careers & Employability Service. Events for final year students on all campuses, providing:

  • Top Tips, tactics and techniques for Job searching kickstart
  • What employers want to hear from applicants
  • How to exploit new social media for career success
Register and Sign up via www.uws.prospects.ac.uk
Don’t miss out!

The Spring Graduate Fair in Scotland – 6th March 2013

The Spring Graduate Fair in Scotland

Wednesday 6th March 2013, 10am–5pm, Thistle Hotel, Glasgow
Graduate jobs, internships and much more. Meet over 50 recruiters including Morgan Stanley, Abercrombie & Fitch and IBM. Bring along your CV and have it checked by our qualified career advisers.

FREE to attend and open to ALL students and graduates from ALL universities.
For more information and exhibitor list, visit http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/careers/events/headline_240319_en.html

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Teach English in Hong Kong and travel Asia with the Chatteris International Graduate Programme

Chatteris International are pleased to announce that a representative will be coming to your area in February to conduct interviews and information sessions. To see our representatives route go to www.chatteris.org.hk and look under the News section.

The representative will be in Glasgow on 17th February.

The Chatteris Educational Foundation is a non-profit charitable organisation aiming to help Hong Kong students improve their English, promote cultural exchange and develop young leaders with a global vision.

There are 63 recent university graduates working within our International Graduate Programme this year. To see which universities they are from, please click here.

The Chatteris International Graduate Programme offers graduates with the minimum of a bachelor degree that is university accredited or higher qualification the opportunity to develop professionally and personally in Hong Kong.

This takes place whilst working in a Hong Kong school on a 9-month paid contract as a Chatteris Native-speaking English Tutor (CNET).  In addition to skills graduates develop whilst working within a Chinese school culture, Chatteris offers opportunities for graduates to widen their perspective, with focuses such as cultural and social activities, project management, career development, community work and professional skill development.

Through different aspects of the Chatteris International Graduate Programme, recent university graduates can:

  • Contribute directly to the life and learning experience of Hong Kong students, schools and community
  • Develop important attributes and gain transferable skills invaluable for a successful future career in any field, especially flexibility, adaptability, diversity, self-initiative, preparedness, coordination and collaboration
  • Undertake leadership and team player roles
  • Develop project management skills
  • Enhance global awareness through cultural exchange, learning to think globally and act locally

 

To find out more about our paid opportunities go to www.chatteris.org.hk or view our video by following this link http://youtu.be/Aug-6aTM5S4

What Do Graduates Do 2012

This publication looks at the destinations of graduates who completed their studies in 2011.  With specialist articles on regional data, self employment, further study and an employment review as well as articles and figures on graduate destination by discipline this is an invaluable resource of information.

To find out more: http://www.hecsu.ac.uk/current_projects_what_do_graduates_do.htm

Publication Link: http://www.hecsu.ac.uk/assets/assets/documents/WDGD_Oct_2012.pdf

What the BBC are saying about the information:

BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-19899305.

Vote for the UK Guardian 300 – cash prizes up for grabs!

The Graduate Barometer 2013 is a large-scale, independent piece of research into students’ views on graduate careers and recruitment. Almost 26,000 students from across the UK took part in our 2012 edition. Your views provide valuable insight and also help decide who makes the Guardian UK 300 top graduate employers. Join in and enter our prize draw with five prizes of £500 and ten of £200 up for grabs!

The survey takes just 20 minutes to complete. To take part, please go to:
www.trendence-gradbarometer.co.uk

Thank you for your participation and best of luck in the prize draw!

 

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Sent by:  Lynsey.Anderson@trendence.com

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