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Why applying for an engineering graduate job gives you a big advantage
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 13:35:28 +0000
Deadlines for graduate schemes and internships are different from those you’re use to at university. You give yourself a huge advantage by applying well before the closing date. If engineering is the sector you aspire to work in, it pays to take action in September and October when applying for graduate jobs, internships and placements. […]Read more...
Undergraduate of the Year 2015 open for applications
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 12:17:54 +0000
TARGETjobs, in collaboration with Mars, E.ON, Laing O’Rourke, Mayer Brown, EDF Energy, Mars, Gazprom, CGI, EU Carers, Rolls-Royce and Enterprise Rent-A-Car – has launched the 2015 Undergraduate of the Year Awards competition to identify outstanding undergraduates from a range of degree subjects across the UK. They have several categories, some of which are new this […]Read more...
The Awesome Autumn Volunteering Fair
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 13:38:29 +0000
At the Volunteering Services Unit, we’ve got so many activities on offer that we couldn’t fit them all into one fair- so we’re having another one on Thursday October 30th, 12-3pm in the South Cloisters, with 40 all-new projects. Exhibitors include: ChildLine, MindFull, Good News Shared, FoodCycle Bloomsbury, Victim Support, Royal London Society for Blind People, […]Read more...
Information for Employers
UCL Careers has a dedicated Employer Engagement Team, providing easy ways to recruit our students and graduates, attend a range of events on campus and develop our students’ employability skills. Explore these pages to find out more, or take a look at our [employer pack] for details of all our events and services for employers.
Recruit a UCL student
We have a range of services to help you target your vacancies, including internships and placements, to the most relevant UCL students and graduates, including an online jobs board, target emails, a shortlisting service, and internship programmes for individual degree courses.
We look for employers to help develop our students’ employability skills via a range of events held centrally and in individual departments, a programme targeted at PhD students and researchers, and employability competitions. Find out how your organisation can get involved, and meet some great students here.
Whether you are looking to exhibit at one of sector Careers Fairs, book a company presentation, find out about running an event for a particular department, or contribute to a skills development programme, you will find full details of our events programmes here.