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Millions of Worldwide Opportunities. Sorted!!

The Careers and Employability Service are delighted to offer access to GoinGlobal software, offering students at UWS the chance to explore career and employment resources internationally.  The system has more than 10,000 pages of constantly-updated content on topics such as:  job search sources, work permit/visa regulations, CV writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice… and much more!

 

There are live vacancies, placements and internships advertised worldwide, and of course you can continue to access careers advice on campus to get tailored help or advice with your applications. There are also city and country guides giving detailed information from the cost of living and travel, to vacancy sources and local etiquette.  To use the system simply follow the link below, and create a personal account (this will need to be done when logged in on campus, but afterwards you will be able to access GoinGlobal online anywhere!)

 

The link to get started is: https://online.goinglobal.com/

 

Scottish Students Working Abroad

If you have any interest at all in working or studying abroad, or what an internship might be like, then take a look at this video: http://youtu.be/_UhjE1Di0-M

You will hear 3 Scottish students relate their feelings about their placements abroad and offer advice and encouragement to others contemplating taking up the challenge.

How to Get a Job in China Webinar

On Tuesday May 13th, 2014, 20:00 CEST, Hutong School will be organising an online seminar: “How to get a job in China?” Further details are below, but to take part you must register by 11th May at: http://www.hutong-school.com/webinar-how-get-job-china

Content:
• Tools and Channels to search for a job in China
• Salary Expectations
• Legal & Tax Implications
• Chinese corporate culture
• Accommodation

Time: Tuesday May 13th, 2014, 20:00 CEST
Duration: 1hour: online presentation + Q&A
Software: There is no special software required for the webinar, only a web browser and headset.
Registration: Please register by 11th May


About the organising entity: Hutong School

Hutong School was founded in 2005 in order to provide Western students, graduates and young professionals internships and Chinese language courses in China.  It is the only fully licensed Chinese language school under European management and is the school of choice for anyone who wants to study Chinese or find an internship in China.
In addition to being an exquisite language school, since its foundation, Hutong School also operates as an internship provider. In June 2012 Hutong School acquired
Internship Network Asia, and has now the biggest network of partner companies in Beijing and Shanghai.

For more information visit:http://www.hutong-school.com


About the lecturer: Ms. Laura Corazzi

Ms. LauraCorazzi, Economist and International Relations Manager of Hutong School, lived for almost 4 years in Beijing where she started as an intern in 2010. Before moving to Beijing she lived in Rome (where she studied) and London (where she received a certificate for higher education in contemporary dance). She recently relocated to Milan and is now in charge of Business Development and International Relations for Hutong School in Europe. 

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STEM Awards: your chance to win £25,000

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The Telegraph in association with Babcock International Group are running and exciting opportunity for STEM students to submit an innovative idea to help make positive changes within industry.

Enter your brilliant idea for The Telegraph UK STEM Awards.

Focusing on one of five STEM sectors, you can set yourself a challenge that complements your field of study, or answer a set question for the expert judges’ analysis. Points will be awarded for innovation, financial viability and the idea’s benefit to society and the environment.

The overall winner, whether it’s an individual or a team, will receive £25,000 and a bespoke mentoring programme from a senior engineer within Babcock International Group. The award will be presented at a dedicated ceremony in London during Universities Week in June 2014.

Pick one of these five challenges

Choose the one that relates to your field of study

Automotive

Pharmaceuticals

Environment

Construction

Defence

Full information and how to enter can be found at the following website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sponsored/education/uk-stem-awards/10676034/stem-awards-entry-form-information.html?WT.mc_id=605741&source=PromotionsHomepageGC

Closing Date: 27 April 2014.

Scottish Institute for Enterprise – Student Intern

SIE Student Intern (p/t)

20 positions – up to 10 hours/week term time only. £7.50 per hour

As part of our continued growth in driving forward Scotland’s enterprise agenda, the Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE) requires Student Interns (x20) to join the team in this exciting project.

Each position will be available for a current, fully matriculated student at each of our partner Scottish Higher Education Institutions.  The successful applicants will be responsible for providing promotional support to SIE on campus, along with institutional entrepreneurship activities, researching existing enterprise and entrepreneurship education and initiatives at their institution and overall, acting as a student face of SIE and institutional enterprise activity.  Applicants should have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills and the ability to work on their own initiative.

Applicants will also have genuine enthusiasm for entrepreneurship and SIE’s goal of increasing the uptake of entrepreneurial activity and education amongst the student population in Scotland’s HEIs.

For further details including a full job description and information on how to apply, please contact Kieran Smyth by email: k.smyth@sie.ac.uk

Closing Date for all applications 18th April 2014

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