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January First Year

Careers Consultant
Terry O'Hanlon

Dear first year student

I hope you had a fantastic Christmas and I would like to wish you well in all your adventures in semester 2.


 

Growth opportunities
Interesting Opportunities
Try new things, make friends, develop your skills

International Students Employability Programme

The International Students Employability Programme runs again in Semester 2 with the first session on 27th Jan, 10am – 12pm in the Student Guidance Centre.

 

LEADERSHIP IN PRACTICE (LiP) UOTC-Do you want to develop leadership skills and impress future employers.

International Students Employability Programme

The 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

 

LEADERSHIP IN PRACTICE (LiP)

If you have already registered, don’t forget to attend

Running on the 8th -10th January 2020-.

Location: UOTC Head Quarters, Tyrone House, 83 Malone Rd, Belfast. BT9 6SJ.

Do you want to develop leadership skills and impress future employers?

The University Officer Training Corps (UOTC) Leadership in Practice (LiP) is a Degree Plus accredited short course which will focus on Leadership, Followership, Positive Personal Impact, Communication, Planning & Effective Time Management. Applications through My Future

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Your personal My Future Account:  Make sure you know how to access it and use it to search for jobs, book into Careers/Employer Events and also one-to-one guidance appointments with a Careers Consultant. Go to www.qub.ac.uk/myfuture and use your Queen’s email and normal Queen’s password to access.

School of Law Careers Information  – find careers options, relevant employer websites and graduate stories directly related to law are worth a look for generating ideas.

  • There is tailored information for you on the Careers Website
  • We also have useful advice on the website about CVs, interviews and psychometric tests.
  • If you would like some additional support, 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 Careers Pop-ups in the McClay Library foyer (12th and 26th November) or the DKB foyer (27th November). Find out more on MyFuture.

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