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Workshops / Events

Week 1 - week commencing 13/01/2014

  • Sprint Development Programme for female undergraduates and graduates: 06/01/2014  9:00 am - Employability Programme

Week 2 - week commencing 20/01/2014

Week 3 - week commencing 27/01/2014

Week 4 - week commencing 03/02/2014

Week 5 - week commencing 10/02/2014

Week 6 - week commencing 17/02/2014

Week 7 - week commencing 24/02/2014

Week 8 - week commencing 03/03/2014

Week 9 - week commencing 10/03/2013

Interview Techniques with Deloitte - 11/03/2014 14:00 - UCL Employer Led Skills Workshop for PhDs and Researchers

Media Themed Week: 10/03/2014 - 14/03/2013 - Sector Themed Week

Week 10 - week commencing 17/03/2014

LAST WEEK OF TERM - week commencing 24/03/2014

UCL Careers Gradclub runs regular workshops about all aspects of the career management process.  Our titles are repeated on a regular basis and are designed with your graduate status in mind, often 1 to 5 days in length so that you can make the most of your return visit to UCL. 

Workshops are open to GradClub but ALSO current UCL students.

You must register in advance to attend any of the following sessions using your My Careers Service account.


GradTalk - Interviews
Thursday 20th February 2014:  6-7.15pm
UCL Careers Seminar room, 4th Floor ULU Building, Malet Street

A regular time for UCL GradClubbers and students to get together and discuss key issues around jobs, careers and employability. The small group discussion format allows us to explore topics in more detail and support each other. We will rely on everyone to share, ask questions, contribute as well as listen as we focus on different aspects of the job search.

Interviews - the make or break time in getting that job.
They can be stressful, unnatural and difficult to know how to prepare. We'll discuss things like people's experiences of interviews, different types of interviews, interview preparation and more. Hopefully, we'll go further into the topic as well - what are the interviewers actually up to?, how do you make the best first impression?, how do you rescue an interview if things aren't going well? Come along ready to share and work together.

You must register in advance to attend any of the following sessions using your My Careers Service account

Careers Fairs

Our Autumn Term Career Fairs focus on the following industry sectors:

  • Management Consultancy
  • Engineering
  • Investment Banking
  • IT and Technology
  • Finance and Economics
  • Marketing, Advertising, Brand Management and Retail
  • Law

They will allow you to chat to senior managers, graduate recruiters and UCL alumni about jobs, selection procedures and what they are looking for from you. You can compare and contrast what different employers have on offer in one place at one time and ask the individual questions that matter to you. Find out more about our Careers Fairs...

Employer Presentations

Many recruiters deliver presentations throughout the Autumn and Spring terms to publicise their company and recruitment opportunities to UCL students and graduates.

Presentations of up to an hour provide an ideal opportunity for you to listen to representatives from specific organisations to find out about the company, opportunities available, their recruitment process and what it’s like to work for them.

Additional time for informal networking is often available at the end of a presentation if you’re free to stay on to talk to the recruiters on a 1-1 basis.

Find out more about Employer Presentations...

UCL Alert

UCLAlert! is the official careers email service for UCL students and GradClub members.

  • Be first to know when UCL Careers Service Events open for booking
  • Keep up to date with important news from the Careers Service
  • Find out about events run by The Careers Group, University of London
  • Get vacancies sent straight to your inbox

Your UCLAlert! preferences are part of your "My Careers Service" account so can be updated / amended online. All UCL students have an account but if you haven't used yours before, you can use the link above to find out what your log in details are.

Once logged in, use "My Account/My Profile" in the banner toolbar to check your personal profile details and edit/update where necessary. To ensure you only receive emails relevant to your interests, you need to:

  • Select "Yes" to receive JobAlerts
  • Ensure your "Year of Course" and "Graduation Year*" are correct
  • Add your Job Industry Preferences from the list under "Additional Information"
  • Add any language skills you have

and we'll do the rest...

All recruiters look for evidence of a range of skills that will make applicants effective in the workplace. In addition to the resources and 1-1 advice we provide on Developing Skills and Experience, based on recommendations from the AGR, (Association of Graduate Recruiters), UCL Careers Service has put together the Skills4Work Programme.

Run in partnership with UCL Union, this series of employer led workshops and panel sessions will help you understand what recruiters are looking for and how to develop and promote your skills more effectively. 

Find out more about the workshops and events organised by:

UCL Alert

UCLAlert! is the official careers email service for UCL students and GradClub members.

  • Be first to know when UCL Careers Service Events open for booking
  • Keep up to date with important news from the Careers Service
  • Find out about events run by The Careers Group, University of London
  • Get vacancies sent straight to your inbox

Your UCLAlert! preferences are part of your "My Careers Service" account so can be updated / amended online. All UCL students have an account but if you haven't used yours before, you can use the link above to find out what your log in details are.

Once logged in, use "My Account/My Profile" in the banner toolbar to check your personal profile details and edit/update where necessary. To ensure you only receive emails relevant to your interests, you need to:

  • Select "Yes" to receive JobAlerts
  • Ensure your "Year of Course" and "Graduation Year*" are correct
  • Add your Job Industry Preferences from the list under "Additional Information"
  • Add any language skills you have

and we'll do the rest...

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