August 24, 2020, by Jackie Thompson
Starting a masters? Get off to a flying start
By Jackie Thompson, Information and Communications Manager
Hello and welcome to Nottingham from the Careers and Employability Service. Whether you are a returning student or new to the university, we want to give you an insight into how we can support you during your postgraduate taught course.
As you can imagine, time flies on a one-year course, so here’s three things you can do to get ahead of the game.
1. Watch our welcome video
In less than two minutes, you’ll find out how we can support you to make informed choices about your future. Visit our website to find out more.
2. Get to know your application timescales
We’ve produced a handy online guide to the application timescales for applying for work experience, graduate jobs and further study options. We don’t want you to miss out, so take a look and get to know what you need to do and when. You may feel that you’ve only just started, but some deadlines can be as early as October and November!
3. Add our virtual careers fairs to your calendar
Local, national and international recruiters are always keen to talk to Nottingham students about their job opportunities. This term our careers fairs will be online and the platform is really easy to use. We recommend you log in before the day of the fair to have a look around and upload your CV.
- Engineering, Science and Technology Careers Fair – Monday 18 October
- Graduate Jobs and Internships Fair – Wednesday 20 October
- Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy Careers Fair – Wednesday 3 November
Details of all the employers attending our fairs are listed on our recruitment and careers fairs webpage. For details of all events including our essential job-hunting workshops, visit our events webpages.
If you want to find out more about how we can help you, your career options, advice on applying for jobs and further study, take a look at our dedicated webpage for postgraduate taught students.
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