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“The presenter was really enthusiastic and helpful – I definitely picked up some top tips.”
Many recruiters deliver presentations throughout the Autumn and Spring terms to publicise their company and recruitment opportunities to UCL students and graduates.
They generally last for up to an hour and provide an ideal opportunity for you hear from newly hired recent graduates, recruitment staff and/or more senior staff about a particular company, their recruitment process, (tips on applications / interviews), opportunities available 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 but you can leave after the presentation if you can't stay more than an hour.
For all Presentations, you MUST book in advance to guarantee a place. This enables us to monitor attendance levels and ensure that presentations are more effective for those attending.
Many Presentations are held "On Campus", (e.g. at the UCL Careers, in the ULU Building or in one of the main UCL Buildings), and room details will be confirmed when you book to attend using your "My UCL Careers" account. (If using this for the first time, please read the My UCL Careers Instructions carefully before trying to log in).
Some Presentations below may however be "Off Campus" - venues organised by the recruiters themselves, often in their own offices. You will need to register with the recruiter directly for these and location details will be provided by them when your registration is confirmed. Any queries about your booking should be directed to the recruiter.
Booking for each Presentation will open TWO weeks before it takes place and will close when it is fully booked or, at the latest, at midnight on the day before the event takes place.
Cancellations for On Campus Presentations can be made at any time up to midnight the day before a presentation takes place so, if you're unable to book because a presentation is full, you can check My UCL Careers regularly in case places do become available.
No deposit is required once you've booked and all presentations are free to attend.
Can I attend if I haven't booked?
On the day, after all registered students have arrived, space permitting, students that haven't booked will be admitted on a first come first served basis but we cannot guarantee entry.
To ensure you know when a Presentation you're interested in is available for booking, we strongly recommend that you register with UCLAlert!
The Career Planning section of our website suggests a range of resources which provide information on specific occupations and what's happening in a particular sector at the moment plus company profiles for most of the recruiters listed below. A basic knowledge of these areas will allow you to focus on more in-depth questions at the presentation.
For all Presentations, please aim to arrive 5 minutes before the published start time. If you arrive late, the facilitator reserves the right to refuse entry so that you don't disrupt the event for other attendees who arrived on time.
Presentations are popular and usually fully booked. If you know you'll be unable to attend a presentation, you can cancel your booking through your My UCL Careers account at any time up until midnight on the day before the presentation takes place to allow another student to book in your place.
If you don't cancel in advance or don't turn up to a Presentation you're booked to attend, we will record a "No Show" which may affect your future bookings or use of our services.
The Career Planning section of our site suggests alternative sources of information on specific companies / sectors if you've missed a presentation. It will also give information on how to get one-to-one advice on sectors / companies you're interested in.
Individual company websites will also include the type of information typically covered in any presentation plus additional resources such as employee case studies, video profiles and/or tips on writing applications/preparing for interviews and assessment centres.
Using JobOnline or other job sites, you will be able to find details of any vacancies that were being promoted by the company during the presentation.
Register with UCLAlert! if you haven't done so already to ensure you don't miss out on similar events in future.
Resources from past Presentations
Serving the World: Working at the United Nations
Held on 12 November 2014
This event was run by SOAS Careers Service. A recording of the presentation and Q&A session can be found on Careers Tagged.
A list of Spring Term Presentations will be available when term starts on 12th January 2015.
To be notified when presentations by companies you're interested in are scheduled, we strongly recommend that you register with our UCLAlert! email service.
Off Campus: Barclays Bike Clinic
02 October from 11am
Join Barclays and you can expect support, training, responsibility and
everything else you need to progress your career. Soon, we’re coming
onto campus to offer something practical too: a pop-up bike safety and
We have held a number of free Barclays Bike Clinics, which are run by mechanics from the social enterprise Bikeworks, and have already helped 5,000 London cyclists this year. We are now pleased to extend this to a tour of UK universities.
If you ride a bike, wheel it out and bring it over. We’ll give it a full check-up – while you enjoy a refreshing drink from our pedal-powered smoothie maker. And if you’re keen to get your career moving, why not stop for a quick chat with one of our employees to gain some recruitment advice.
Your journey with us starts today. barclays.com/joinus
Off Campus: Barclays
02 October from 6pm
Come along and hear more from our senior leaders about industry insights and the future of banking.
After the talk, there’ll be a networking session where you’ll get the opportunity to meet seasoned professionals and current graduates from across our business. You’ll find out about the Investment Bank, Personal and Corporate Banking, and our many Business Functions. Our recruitment team will be there too, to answer questions about our opportunities. You’ll also be able to explore a wealth of further information about us, our plans for the future, and the part you could play. Please visit http://joinus.barclays.com/emea
Off Campus: Freshfields
02 October from 6pm
As a leading international law firm, Freshfields advises some of the
world's most well-known businesses, financial institutions and
governments. Our lawyers provide clients with a global service from our
network of 27 offices across Europe, the US, the Middle East and Asia.
The firm has seven practice areas (the largest being corporate, finance
and dispute resolution).
We will recruit 80 trainees into the London office in 2017.
We look forward to holding our panel presentation at UCL. The event will be attended by a number of Freshfields’ representatives. Please visit our website for more information.
On Campus: PwC - who are PwC?
06 October 2014 from 1pm
Are you keen to find out more about who we are and what do we actually do?
This information based session is all about PwC, the professional services
sector, the range of careers that we offer and the opportunity for you to meet
members of our staff. Visit our website for further information.
On Campus: GSK
06 October 2014 from 5.30pm
have an inspiring mission: to improve the quality of human life by
enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer. This gives us
the purpose to develop innovative healthcare products that help millions
of people. Headquartered in the UK and with operations around the
world, we are one of the industry leaders.
As a company, we believe
in developing talent. We hire approximately 70 graduates across our
various business areas in the UK every year. We also offer internships
If you would like a chance to make a difference, GSK could be the answer.
Off Campus: UBS
06 October 2014 from 6pm
Come along to our London offices and meet UBS! This is a great chance for you to network with UCL alumni, learn about UBS and how the business works and hear about the opportunities available to you.
On Campus: Lloyds Banking
07 October 2014 from 1pm
Here at Lloyds Banking Group, we’re on a mission to become the UK’s Best Bank for Customers. Simple as that. A job for bankers only? Think again. From sales to change management, from HR to financial infrastructure, from innovation technology to products, we are shaping the way Britain will bank.
You won’t want to miss our session because it’s all about you and
that future. More specifically, it’s about how you can help us to
improve the way our Customers’ bank and how we can help you to start a
long term career in a role that matters to you.
On Campus: Unilever
09 October 2014 from 1pm
Unilever is one of the world’s greatest businesses, with amazing brands, dynamic people & a sustainable vision. If you are ambitious, keen to learn, & want to lead… it’s the right place for you.
The Future Leaders Programme is about having a big impact, right from the start. It’s designed to give you all the training and experience required to be a manager in 2-3 years. You’ll be hired into a particular business area and will develop leadership skills by getting real responsibility from day one.
Join us to find out more about Unilever and its numerous career opportunities.
On Campus: ARUP
09 October 2014 from 5.30pm
Arup is a global firm of designers, engineers, planners and business consultants providing a range of professional services to clients around the world. With over 12,000 staff in more than 30 countries, we make international team-working part of everyday life. Our people have one core focus: to work together to shape a better world.
Arup recruits over 240 graduates in the UK every year. Hear first-hand about our projects and career opportunities at one of the world's best design consultancy.
Off Campus: Goldman Sachs
09 October 2014 from 6pm
How will you make an impact? Contribute, collaborate and succeed with a career at Goldman Sachs.
We would like to invite all first and penultimate year students to attend our company presentation and find out more about our firm and our internship programmes through an evening of presentations and networking opportunities with Goldman Sachs professionals
On Campus: Sapient Global Markets
13 October 2014 from 1pm
Sapient Global Markets provides business and technology services to
capital and commodity market participants, intermediaries and
regulators. Our clients are all facing game changing shifts in the
markets they operate in, meeting new and existing regulatory mandates
and trying to keep up with rapidly changing technologies.
We are at the forefront of helping them address these changes and turn their challenges into opportunities for competitive advantage and revenue growth. Among our training programs is our Global Markets Institute (GMI), a unique and comprehensive program that embeds campus new hires like you in what life is like in the financial and consulting markets. It combines the academic challenge of the classroom with the social atmosphere of exploring one of our India offices with your fellow classmates.
On Campus: Orbis
14 October 2014 from 1pm
Orbis is a 25-year old global investment management firm with over $30
billion in assets under management. Our paid rotational summer
internship within our Fund Operations group seeks to attract motivated
students interested in working in Finance, but who may not yet have any
experience of the financial world. We welcome applications from all
degree disciplines – we’re interested in potential, rather than
We’re looking for self-starters who are prepared to push themselves to learn and grow; passionate, driven, independent thinkers, with strong academic records, who will relish working in a high performing environment. We look forward to meeting you!
On Campus: Microsoft
16 October 2014 from 1pm
No matter what your passion is, you’ll find it here. Imagine the
opportunities you’ll have in a company with 127,000 employees in more
than 100 countries, working on hundreds of products—spanning games,
phones, developer tools, business solutions and operating systems.
We work hard, but we value work/life balance, and each of us defines what that means to us. So why not explore what we do, where we do it, and what life is really like at Microsoft. You just might be surprised.
Off Campus: Herbert Smith Freehills
16 October 2014 from 6pm
As one of the world's leading law firms, we advise many of the biggest and most ambitious organisations across the globe. We are a global force with a market leading position in Asia Pacific. With 2,800 lawyers in offices spanning Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and the US, we are the eighth largest law firm in the world.
We offer 70 training contracts and 100 vacation scheme places a year. We also offer first year workshops exclusively for first year students. They are designed to provide an early insight into a career at an international firm.
OFF CAMPUS: Linklaters Presentation
16 October 2014 from 6pm
As one of the world's most prestigious law firms, Linklaters is the
place where graduates can make the most of their talents. Amongst a team
of exceptional lawyers, a network of international offices and through
unparalleled training and development opportunities, people can truly
live their ambitions.
To find out more about us and to meet our people please join us at 6pm on 16 October 2014 in our offices at One Silk Street, London. We look forward to meeting you.
McKinsey & Company Middle East Presentation
17 October 2014 from 2.30pm
& Company is a global management consulting firm. We work with the leaders
of companies, governments and not-for-profit organisations to help them solve
their most complex problems. We have over 100 offices, and 15,000
professionals, spanning over 50 countries.
McKinsey opened its Middle East Office in Dubai in 1999 with 5 consultants. Today, we have nearly 250 consultants based in six locations, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Doha, Manama and Cairo – serving clients across the Middle East. We help to shape the region by advising key institutions in key sectors including financial services, business technology, education, energy, government, and infrastructure.
We will be hosting a 'Meet McKinsey's Middle East Office' presentation in
London on Friday 17th October which will be open to students from Kings,
SOAS, Imperial & UCL.
This event is open to final year students (both
undergraduate and postgraduate) and penultimate year undergraduates. The
presentation will be followed by a networking event with our consultants and
recruiters whom will be able to give students concrete examples of the work we
do and the opportunities we have available.
We are looking for
- Are interested in a career with McKinsey in the Middle East, and in shaping the future of the region
- Have demonstrable ties to or interest in the Middle East region
- Have a Track record of high achievement (e.g. academic)
- Speak Arabic (preferred but not essential)
- Enjoy problem solving and working in teams
- Are driven by impact and an entrepreneurial spirit
On Campus: SEO London
20 October 2014 from 1pm
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) London provides superior educational support and career access to young people from under-represented and under-served backgrounds to help maximise their opportunities for university and career success through accelerated access to internships and graduate roles at the TOP firms in <b>investment banking, management consulting, professional services, corporate law, technology, advertising and marketing.
In 2015 SEO will be able to provide than 1,000 internships and graduate roles with over 60 employers! Bring your CV on the 20th and see if we can help you!
Off Campus: Oliver Wyman
20 October 2014 from 6.30pm
Oliver Wyman is a global leader in management consulting. With offices
in 50+ cities across 25 countries, Oliver Wyman combines deep industry
knowledge with specialised expertise in strategy, operations, risk
management, and organisation transformation. Our 3,000 professionals
help clients optimise their business, improve their operations and risk
profile, and accelerate their organisational performance to seize the
most attractive opportunities.
You are invited to an evening presentation followed by drinks and canapés.
- When: Monday 20th October – 6.30pm for a 7pm start
- Where: Oliver Wyman, 55 Baker Street, London
On Campus: Taylor Wessing
21 October 2014 from 1pm
Looking for a career in an international law firm with clients from 60%
of the world's top-50 brands? Taylor Wessing could be for you.
Within our award winning training contract programme, you'll get all the personal support you need and responsibility from the word go. It’s the perfect combination to get your career as a lawyer to move forward faster. our vacation scheme opportunities open to non-law finalists and law penultimate year students , please come along to find our more.
Please visit our website for more information.
Off Campus: BAML
21 October 2014 from 6pm
If you are interested in finding out more about our company, culture and
the wide range of programmes we have available for you, register to
attend our exclusive live webinar where you can connect with us from any
Through a live panel chat hosted by television broadcaster Tania Bryer, you will have the opportunity to hear first hand from our business representatives about their experiences, and discover how they have succeeded in their career so far.
We look forward to connecting with you.
Off Campus: Hogan Lovells
21 October 2014 from 6.30pm
Come and meet us to find out about training contracts and spring, summer
and winter vacation schemes for first to final year law and non-law
students. You will have the opportunity to meet a variety of our lawyers
and trainee solicitors and find out more about what you could do at
On Campus: Weil, Gotshal and Manges
22 October 2014 from 5.30pm
Weil is committed to delivering sound judgement to our clients on their most challenging and important matters. With approximately 1,200 lawyers across 20 offices in 9 countries, including full-service capabilities in the UK, our lawyers are known for giving clear and effective advice. We provide “one-stop shopping” on highly complex matters, true international execution, and local law advice in many of the world’s key jurisdictions.
Weil will be hosting a skills session which will focus on how to effectively improve and develop your commercial awareness skills and understanding. All students interested in, or considering a career in law are welcome to attend.
On Campus: Deloitte
23 October 2014 from 5.30pm
you're interested in one of our graduate roles or internship
programmes, we recommend you take the opportunity to attend one of our
exclusive 'Deloitte Autumn Careers Evenings' at UCL.
You'll find out more about the different opportunities we have to offer, get a feel for what life is like at the firm and have the chance to network with representatives from our main recruiting areas, who'll guide you through the options available to you.
Off Campus: Baker & Mckenzie
23 October 2014 from 6pm
Join global law firm, Baker & Mckenzie for a short presentation followed by drinks and canapés.
This will be an excellent opportunity to find out more about the Firm and talk informally to some of our Trainees, Associates, and Partners.
Baker & Mckenzie has over 70 locations across 46 countries. With a presence in virtually every important financial and commercial centre in the world, our strategy is to provide the best combination of local legal and commercial knowledge, international expertise and resources. Our trainee solicitors are vital to that strategy, exposed to our international scope from the moment they start.
Off Campus: RBS - Opening Doors
24 October 2014 from 2pm
At RBS, we might be a bank, but we’re also a business – a business run by people with degrees in everything from Geography, to Russian Literature.
What’s more, we recruit as many female graduates as we do
male. That’s because we’re far more concerned with talent and fresh
perspectives than we are with gender and degree subjects.
So if you’re interested in taking a different route, join our on-campus Opening Doors event.
On Campus: Standard Chartered
27 October 2014 from 1pm
Shape your career alongside some of the world's most vibrant economies. What's important to you?. What are you looking for when you graduate?.
The Banking & Finance sector is complex yet interesting; it's confusing yet highly stimulating. At Standard Chartered we are looking to hire over 600 undergraduate and Master's students for our Graduate Programmes across 30 countries.
Join us at our presentation to find out how your career can flourish; after which you will be able to network with senior leaders and International Graduates.
On Campus: American Express
27 October 2014 from 5.30pm
Preparing for interviews and graduate assessment centers is a concern for many students. American Express Campus recruitment team will be on campus to provide tips on successful interview techniques and graduate assessment centre process. Please join us to find out what employers are looking for while selecting graduate talent onto their programmes.
Purpose of the Session: The session aims to review the skills needed for effective interview techniques, including the importance of identifying personal transferable and other skills. The key issues that will be addressed are to successfully manage the job interview, answer questions effectively plus the demonstration of the importance of body language. Outcomes: How to prepare for the interview; get the best out of the interview itself and secure a graduate job.
Off Campus: Allen & Overy
27 October 2014 from 6pm
Allen & Overy is a pioneering legal practice operating around the
world at the frontline of developing business. With 44 offices in 30
countries, plus a network of relationship firms in other locations,
Allen & Overy is one of the few legal practices that can genuinely
claim to be global, covering 99% of the world’s economy.
We have a strong history of recruiting University of London graduates and undergraduates and invite all students to our upcoming presentation where you will get chance to find out more about our firm and meet partners, trainees and our graduate recruitment team.
On Campus: MDLZ
28 October 2014 from 1pm
What is it like to work for some of the world’s iconic brands? From
Cadbury and Oreo to Halls, Trebor Bassett, Kenco, Philadelphia and many
more – Mondelez International is the world’s largest producer of snacks.
Meet us and learn more about the company, the graduate schemes and what it is like to be part of a global fast-moving consumer goods company. This is a unique opportunity to gain an insight into how to succeed during the application and assessment process. Graduate schemes are offered in the following disciplines: Marketing&Sales, Finance, HR and Engineering. There are also internship opportunities in R&D.
On Campus: Nabarro
28 October 2014 from 5.30pm‘How to make the most of the UCL Law Fair’ presented by Nabarro LLP.
Why do firms exhibit? Why should you attend? What to ask, and much more. A must for students looking to pursue a career in law.
Off Campus: Oliver Wyman
28 October 2014 from 6.30pm
Oliver Wyman is a global leader in management consulting with offices in
over 50 cities across 25 countries. The company combines deep industry
knowledge with specialised expertise to help clients optimise their
business, improve their operations, and accelerate their organisational
Our office in Dubai is growing quickly with clients in the Middle East and Africa in industries such as Telecoms, Media, Energy, Financial Services and Healthcare. We also work in the Public Sector across the region.
We are looking for high calibre graduates to join our diverse and international team. This is a great opportunity for those looking for high impact work, with very senior exposure in exciting growth markets.
If you are interested in a career with Oliver Wyman in Dubai, please join us for a ‘get to know you’ event in London. There will be a short presentation on Oliver Wyman and our work internationally and an opportunity to network with our consultants over drinks and canapés.
On Campus: Stroz Friedberg
29 October 2014 from 5.30pm
If you have an analytical mind, an interest in current affairs and a
desire to help clients mitigate reputational and regulatory risk, then
Stroz Friedberg could be the ideal company for you. We are a leading
global risk management consultancy.
Consulting roles within the business intelligence and investigations department are perfect for those studying degrees which demand strong research and analytical skills, and the nature of our cross-jurisdictional work is particularly suited to linguists.
For those interested in computer forensics, we also offer roles working on a wide variety of digital investigation projects using the latest forensic tools and techniques.
Off Campus: EY
29 October 2014 from 6pm
Our career networking evenings are a chance for students from all year
groups to talk to our people and learn more about EY, the clients we
work with, the exciting projects we work on and the opportunities
available to you in your current year of study.
You’ll be able to
have your questions answered face to face by a variety of our best
people – from Intern alumni to Partners – who will be there to share the
knowledge, insight and experience they’ve gained from their time with
EY so far. And whether it’s information about our different service
lines, insight into industries, tips on the application process, or what
opportunity could be right for you to get your career off to the best
start, no question is too small.
Join us and other students at this event, where you’ll be able to network with your peers over food and drink which we’ll provide on the night.
For the latest news, articles and graduate career insights from EY visit our main site.
On Campus: PwC - Succeeding from Interviews
30 October 2014 from 1pm
Hints and tips on how to prepare and succeed an interview. The session also includes interactive practical exercises.
On Campus: University of Law - Practise for Practice
30 October 2014 from 5.30pm
Practise for Practice
is our new three part Employability Skills Programme designed to help
develop the skills you will need to work in practice as a lawyer, as
well as enhancing your employability. If you attend Part 1 and Part 2
you will be issued with a Certificate - a great addition to your legal
Part 1 is running at your university now! The session allows you to:
- Enhance your commercial awareness
- Gain a better understanding of the legal profession
- Develop your knowledge of how a law firm operates
On Campus: CMS Cameron Mckenna
10 November 2014 from 1pm
Interested in a career in law? Then putting your best foot forward is essential from your first interaction with any law firm. Join us at our skills session to learn more about CMS Cameron Mckenna, our application and assessment process, and what we look for in our future trainees. It will be well worth your time - as Europe's leading legal practice, we know how to take talented people much, much further - geographically, intellectually and professionally.
On Campus: Oxera
11 November 2014 from 1pm
If you care about how the world works, economics is compelling. At Oxera, our people deliver compelling economics with real world impact. And that is our difference. What difference will you make?
Oxera’s Senior Consultant Helen Ralston and Analyst Ognyana Hristova, both UCL alumni, will be presenting case studies related to Financial Services, Regulation and Competition. Come along and find out what Economic consultancy is all about and the exciting work we do at Oxera.
Off Campus: NERA Economic Consulting - Recruitment
Presentation and Reception
11 November 2014 from 6.30pm
Experience a challenging and rewarding work environment that blends
academic economics and business. Apply rigorous microeconomics in a
corporate environment to impact markets, competition authorities,
regulatory agencies, and global corporations. Please join us:
NERA Economic Consulting: Recruitment Presentation and Reception
NERA Economic Consulting is a global firm of experts dedicated to applying economic, finance, and quantitative principles to complex business and legal challenges. For over half a century, NERA’s economists have been creating strategies, studies, reports, expert testimony, and policy recommendations for government authorities and the world’s leading law firms and corporations. NERA serves clients from over 20 offices across North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
We are seeking talented economists with first-rate academic records, who are either completing an undergraduate degree or are pursuing or hold a Masters and/or PhD in Economics, Finance or related disciplines.
On Campus: - Inside Amazon Presentation - Graduate
E-Commerce Careers Unwrapped
12 November 2014 from 1pm
Come hear about our e-commerce opportunities and network with Senior Managers. Amazon Graduates and interns learn fast and have fun plus they benefit from the resources of a stable, forward thinking Fortune500 company.
We have opportunities available across Finance, Marketplace, Retail, Transactional Risk Management, Amazon Local and Amazon Media Group.
In return we’ll give you the opportunities to make a difference for our customers and our business by taking responsibility for challenging work and projects in a fast-paced environment, delivering results from day one.
We look forward to seeing you. All disciplines welcome. Find out more on our website.
Off Campus - Serving the World: Working at the United Nations
12 November 2014 from 3pm
This event was run by SOAS Careers Service. A recording of the presentation and Q&A session can be found on Careers Tagged.
Off Campus: Herbert Smith Freehills
12 November 2014 from 6pm
If you are an LLM student who speaks Mandarin, we would be delighted to welcome you to an evening at our London office.
associates and trainees from our London and Hong Kong offices will
introduce you to the firm and the opportunities available to you. You
will get an introduction to what life would be like as a trainee in an
international law firm working with some of the world's biggest and most
You will also have the chance to network over drinks with partners, associates, trainees and members of the graduate recruitment team. We will reimburse any travel expenses.
On Campus: Newton Europe
12 November 2014 from 6pm
We are looking to recruit up to 50 graduates to join Newton as Consultants and would like to invite you to our recruitment presentation.
Newton is a rapidly growing company, averaging over 40% annual growth for 10 consecutive years, which means we can offer an exceptional opportunity for personal development. Newton was ranked number one in Britain (above over 500 companies) for offering unbeatable personal growth in the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For. We therefore need enthusiastic, driven people who can take a lead role very early in their career.
On Campus: AIG Insurance - Find out about a career in
13 November 2014 from 1pm
AIG is a leading international insurance organization. We serve
commercial, institutional, and individual customers in more than 130
countries through one of the most extensive worldwide property casualty
networks of any insurer. AIG employees have the unique opportunity to
accelerate your career across the multiple business lines, functions,
and regions in which we operate. We have 47 countries in Europe, Middle
East and Africa alone.
We encourage our employees to be mobile and have several careers within the AIG family. If you are looking for a career at a truly global company, then AIG could be the place for you.
Off Campus: IMSCG
13 November 2014 from 6pm
IMSCG specialises in life science consulting. Come and meet our team and
have the opportunity to learn more about IMSCG and the programmes we
have to offer.
You will have the chance to meet with senior managers and recent graduates and ask them questions during the post presentation networking.
This is where you can find out about what it's really
like to work here, because you'll be talking to people from the business
who can advise you on their own experiences. There will be a formal
presentation, followed by networking session over drinks and canapés.
On Campus: Mandarin Consultant
17 November 2014 from 1pm
Please note: Mandarin are a consultancy firm offering products.
Similar services are available from UCL Careers - please
check first. If you choose to use their products after this workshop
there will be some form of payment required.
Are you an ambitious Mandarin speaking student studying in the UK and eager to know how to get an internship or a job? This is the seminar for you! You will find out:
- Where the opportunities are
- What Western employers want
- What are the common misunderstandings
- What your strengths and weaknesses are in the international job market
- How to overcome weakness and demonstrate your strengths
On Campus: G-Research Coding Challenge. Can your code beat
17 November 2014 from 5.30pmTHIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LOW REGISTRATION NUMBERS. ALL REGISTERED STUDENTS HAVE BEEN EMAILED WITH MORE INFORMATION.
Test your coding skills and systematic investment strategies on our simulated stock exchange and win a £20 Amazon voucher for each member of your team.
Which team will turn the largest profit?
Here's a great chance to test your problem solving and coding skills, and to see what it's like to work in a dynamic , innovative environment on the cutting edge of finance and technology.
Teams of three or four students will have one hour to devise and code their investment strategies to run on our simulated exchange. Final strategies will be run through the exchange and will compete against teams from your university.
Off Campus: PwC - Who are PwC legal?
17 November 2014 from 6.30pmTake the opportunity of a lifetime. Are you keen to find out more about PwC Legal, who we are and what do we actually do? This information based session is all about PwC Legal LLP, and the career we could offer as a Trainee Solicitor.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to get to know PwC Legal better at our
presentation and networking evening. Come and meet our people who will
include trainees, newly qualified lawyers, our recruitment team and
senior members of PwC Legal staff.
You'll discover why PwC is the
first choice for a career in business; why students have voted us number
one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for 11 years running
and why, right from day one, you'll feel part of something special.
We don't think you'll be disappointed. This is just the start of your relationship with PwC Legal. Get
the low-down on the practice groups and specialism's we have in PwC
Legal, the work our people are passionate about and get answers to any
questions you might have.
Get further information about our Summer Vacation Schemes and Training Contracts. Get help and advice with your application. Find out about our other events on campus.
Off Campus: Teach First Accelerate Your Career with Goldman Sachs, PwC and Accenture
17 November 2014 from 7.15pmTeach First will be hosting an event with speakers from our Graduate Recruitment Platinum Partners - PwC, Accenture, and Goldman Sachs. Following completion of the two year Teach First Leadership Development Programme, each speaker has utilised the programme to accelerate their careers and make a difference. The leadership skills that they learnt in the classroom have enabled them to progress quickly into leadership positions. Our speakers will be coming to speak about their impact in the classroom, the jobs they currently do, and the challenges and triumphs they have faced along the way. Drinks, nibbles and networking will follow the panel discussion.
On Campus: JP Morgan
18 November 2014 from 1pm
Demystfying the Assessment Process. The assessment processes for internships and graduate roles can be tough to navigate!
We're here to help demystify the process for you, clarify any questions you have and make sure you're prepared to submit the best application you can.
In this one-hour interactive session, hear directly from our Campus Recruitment team as they lead you through hints and tips on constructing a good application and the things we look for when identifying the future leaders of our business.
Off Campus: Ashurst
18 November 2014 from 6pmOur London office session is for all students and graduates from London universities who are interested in a career in law with an international law firm.
You will get the chance to find out more
about our firm and the work we do, with presentations from senior
partners and an informal workshop with trainees and graduate
Off Campus: JP Morgan
18 November 2014 from 6pm
If you're considering a career in an Investment Bank, our speed
networking event will give you the opportunity to find out what's on
offer. Come and meet our people and get to know us. You can expect to
network with recent graduates and senior management from all areas of
the bank, find out about their experiences and get a true insight into a
career with J.P. Morgan.
Meeting our employees face-to-face is
the best way to help you fully understand who we are as a firm, and
which part of our business you may be best suited to. There'll be one
hour of rotations as you get to meet a range of people from a variety of
business areas, followed by an informal networking session, providing
you the opportunity to get to know our people even better.
We have internship and full-time opportunities available across our many business areas:
- Finance (Management Accountancy)
- Global Investment Management
- Global Wealth Management
- Human Resources
- Investment Banking
- Investor Services
- Quantitative Research
- Sales, Trading & Research
- Treasury Services
On Campus: EDF Energy
20 November 2014 from 1pmIt's time to make a difference and feel good about it. To apply fresh thinking and see your ideas in action. To define the UK energy industry for generations to come. Perhaps you're up for the engineering challenge of building our nuclear future. Or maybe the commercial, logistical and human aspects of managing a fast-growing business are more your thing. Whichever route you choose, expect a rewarding journey with EDF Energy.
Find out more on our website.
On Campus: BMC
25 November 2014 from 5.30pmThe Real Opportunity at BMC Software:
- Leading international technology company
- Potential to earn 6-figure salary after the first 6 months of training
- A hyper accelerated career path
- Wide range of career advancement opportunities
- Company with a huge investment in people
- Global HQ in Houston & offices in major cities
About Our Post Graduate Program:
This Post Graduate Program recruits full time positions for Master students of all disciplines. Immersing students into the art and science of sales and giving them the opportunity to join front office sales teams across EMEA.
Find out more on our website or follow us on Facebook.
Off Campus: Thomson Reuters Insight Evening
8th December 2014 from 5.30pm
We invite you to attend our exclusive Thomson Reuters Insight Evening aimed at attracting talent from selected top universities in the UK.
will take place in the Thomson Reuters London Headquarters in Canary
Wharf and will offer talks on our organization and values, various
graduate and internship programs offered in London. Our programs
- Business Graduate Program
- Finance Graduate Program
- Sales Graduate Program
- Technology Graduate Program
- Reuters Journalism Program
- Thomson Reuters Internship Program
Speakers will include senior executive employees, recruitment team and
former and current graduates who will all provide an insight into what
it is like to work at Thomson Reuters.
This will be followed by a networking session with booths representing all the programs where prospective applicants can speak with the recruitment team as well as current graduates.
For more information, please visit our careers website at http://careers.thomsonreuters.com/students/
Off Campus: International Relations and Journalism. Speak to Foreign Correspondents!
11th December 2014 from 4.30pm
Location: 43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA
Please note that
attendance at this event requires you to purchase a ticket. Similar
services may be available from UCL Careers free of charge at our
Media Themed Week W/C 9th March.
Being a Foreign Correspondent was always a dangerously incredible job. You would be paid to see half the world... at least the war torn half... Since the dawn of the 21st Centruy GeoPolitics, coupled with the rise of the digital age, has given way to a new kind of international relations.
Join us in December as we meet with some of the worlds most renowned and experienced Foreign Correspondents, as they offer you a unique insight into the world we live in, the changing GeoPolitical landscape and how Journalism is being revolutionised.