Happy New Year to all History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics students!
Hope you enjoyed the holidays.
If you want to get 2020 of to a great start, this newsletter is for you!
You can find details of all the events coming up in the Semester 2 Programme.
If you're looking for graduate opportunities, there's still some available. Many employers recruit graduates from all disciplines. Here's some that are live on Myfuture that you may have missed:
Policy Researchers Westminster Forum Projects by 31 Jan 2020
Public Affairs and Communications Graduate Scheme NFU by 12 Jan 2020
Charity Works Graduate Programme by 23 Jan 2020
Teach First open
- Teach China Graduate Programme 2020 by 10 Jan 2020
See below for more live opportunities.
- Jameson International Graduate Programme by 11 Jan 2020
- Fast Track Graduate Programme – Online Marketing Analyst by 7 Mar 2020
- OpenReach Business Analysis and Improvement Graduate BT by 14 Feb 2020
- Graduate Management Programme (Bus) Go Ahead by 12 Jan 2020
- Deloitte - Multiple Opportunities including Audit & Assurance, Full Time Graduate
Find more graduate schemes through Prospects, Targetjobs, Gradireland, as well as MyFuture.
If you're interested in working in America after you graduate then don't miss the information session Student and Graduate J1 Work Visa to the USA - Irish International Immigrant Centre 29th January 1pm – 2pm SGC
Don’t miss out on our Employer Panels.
Student Guidance Centre, 4pm – 6pm.
Business and Management, 15th January
Public Sector, Not for Profit and more..., 22nd January
Develop your skills by coming along to our lunch time Skill Up Sessions in January. See below for details..
Student Guidance Centre, 12pm – 2pm.
Develop Your Brand, Monday 13th January.
Knowing your Strengths, Tuesday 21st January.
Future Skills, Thursday 23rd January.
Work Experience and Placement Fair
Work Experience & Placement Fair, Wednesday 22 January 2020, 11am – 3pm, Whitla and South Dining Halls
Don’t miss out on opportunities for: internships, voluntary work, vacation jobs, work & study abroad opportunities, year-long & short-term placements.
Global and Leadership opportunities
Learn about all of Careers, Employability and Skills Semester 2 Programmes here
More information below about some select programmes
Development Week January 8th-10th. There will be a range of activities to engage with.
Leadership in Practice is a personal development programme delivered by Queen’s University Officer Training Corps (QUOTC). Applications open in MyFuture 13 Jan.
Insight into Management is an excellent opportunity for students of any discipline or level to work as part of a team to complete a range of business games and challenges. Applications open in MyFuture 22 January
Stockmarket Challenge - is an exciting stock market simulation and competitive game which will give you the opportunity to experience analysing the market and making investments. Prizes are available to the winners, including Insight Day opportunities with participating local employers. Wednesday 29 January 2020 at 5pm-7pm. Book your place on MyFuture
Free Student Membership of the Institute of Directors worth £75. Applications should be made through MyFuture with membership awarded on a first come first served basis to the first 100 applicants.
Come along to the Go Global Mini Fair and find out about ways you can add an international dimension to your university experience.
Wednesday 15th Jan 12pm – 2pm, Student Guidance Centre.
International Students Employability Programme runs again in Semester 2 with the first session on 27th Jan, 10am – 12pm in the Student Guidance Centre.
A series of 3 interactive sessions for International Students. Attendance and participation at the three workshops will give Degree Plus Route B accreditation.
Workshop 1, 27th Jan, 10am-12pm
Workshop 2, 3rd Feb, 10am-12pm
Workshop 3, 10th Feb, 10am-12pm
There are a range of other activities that you still have time to engage with while you are at University. Have a look at the Degree Plus website to get some inspiration.
- There is tailored information for you on the Careers website: You can search for jobs, book into Careers/Employer Events and also one-to-one guidance appointments with a Careers Consultant
- We also have useful advice on the website about CVs, interviews and psychometric tests
- You can book an appointment to speak to a Careers Consultant via MyFuture-> Appointments -> Book an appointment
- You can gain Degree Plus accreditation for engaging in extra-curricular activities. Find more information on the Degree Plus website or come along to one of the information sessions – see MyFuture for details
Some students already have a firm career plan, but most are still deciding between options.
If you are still deciding on your options, read our tips for identifying and exploring career options - there is plenty of information there and tips to help you get started.
If that doesn’t help, book an appointment to speak with a Careers Consultant.
Don’t feel that you have to have one career in mind, it’s often more useful to have a shortlist so that you can be flexible with opportunities that arise.