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Seven top tips to perfect your engineering CV and covering letter
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 13:32:52 +0000
Some engineering employers, notably smaller companies, prefer CVs and covering letter. Here are some hints and tips to help you perfect your CV and covering letter to convince recruiters you’re right for the job. Length of your CV: A CV should be no more than two pages of A4, and a covering letter just one […]Read more...
Job seeking tips for dyslexic graduates
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:15:20 +0000
This post originally appeared on The Reach Blog We’ve blogged before about dyslexia and its particular barriers to the jobseeking process. But what can dyslexic students and graduates do about it? Well this week I came across a really good blog post on Graduate Fog; Dyslexic graduates: 6 job hunting tips you need to know about. […]Read more...
Employment Opportunities within the IT & Technology Sector
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 12:03:35 +0000
There are a wide variety of opportunities in the IT & Technology sector. Check these out … Industries that fall under the IT umbrella include: computer programming; computer consultancy; computer gaming; computer networking activities; computing facilities management; data processing; data hosting activities; internet service provision; telecommunications; web portals. Within these industries, there are many spheres […]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.