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Interesting jobs that we become aware of, and other invitations etc relating to employability are posted here - Informatics Job News Blog. A newsletter will be send out once a weeks to update students on what has been added to this page.
The B.Sc. (Industry) degrees are four-year degrees that give you the option of spending one year working at a company. A year in industry is also an excellent opportunity to learn more about the type of profession that you can choose after you graduate, and point you to postgraduate studies that may help you strengthen the profile that you will have identified for your career.
The scheme is open to current 2nd year students. Please talk to your personal tutor or careers tutor if you are interested.
Sessions will be announced throughout the year to help you with searching for placements and jobs. Keep an eye on the employability blog or module announcements for news.
The Career Development Service provide services and advice to help you prepare for placements and graduate employment. More information about how the CDS can help you can be found in the student handbook in the section "Career Development Service".
MyCareers (an excellent job and placement vacancy database maintained by the Careers Service) No matter whether you are a finalist looking for a graduate job or a first or second year student looking for an industrial placement, you will find lots of relevant adverts here.
We hold annual meetings with partners in industry to discuss issues relating to teaching and research. Here are minutes from these meetings
You need a first-class education; that’s a given. But you also need an edge, an advantage, a head-start in the competitive graduate recruitment world. Based in the Students’ Union, your award winning Career Development Service is here to guide and support you from your arrival at Leicester through to graduation and beyond.
Throughout your studies you will engage with the Career Development Journey which is your personal guide to working out what you want to do after University and how to get there. Starting early is key, and completing the first step of the journey is simply achieved by logging onto MyCareers with your university username and password. You can access this through our homepage.
MyCareers is your gateway to:
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Come and visit us in the Students’ Union and log onto your MyCareers account to get started. We’re here to support you throughout your time at university so make the most of the services we offer, to make the most of you.
Contact: Career Development Service, Level 0, Students’ Union, Percy Gee Building 0116 252 2004 | email@example.com |www.le.ac.uk/careers | @uolcds | fb.com/uolcds
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