Virtual events run by employers
Many employers and organisations run presentations, recruitment events and industry insight experiences for students. This provides a great opportunity to gain an understanding about a particular sector, company or field, and to find out more about relevant opportunities and how to apply.
Here are some upcoming virtual events run by external organisations and details of how to register.
Sessions will run from 9am to 6pm on: Mon 6th December & Tues 7th December 2021.
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07 December 2021 4-5pm
A session aimed at supporting students who are preparing for upcoming Fast Stream Assessment Centres and Video Interviews.
Current Fast Streamers will run through what to expect, tips for preparing and be on hand to answer any questions!
08 December 2021 7-9pm
Welcome to our live webinar and Q&A on the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Hear from serving Army officers, Officer Cadets and Army careers staff, all of whom will be on hand to answer your questions during and after the presentation.
The presentation will deliver an in-depth look at life at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and will give you a chance to voice any questions you may have.
Closing date: 10 December 2021
The George Moore Scholars programme supports up to 40 academically talented students who wish to undertake a Master's degree or PHD in the USA and covers the cost of:
- Higher education fees
- Health insurance
- Living costs
The question for this year’s Times Law Awards student essay competition,sponsored by One Essex Court, is: “To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny or delay right or justice” magna carta clause 40: “Is the state financing the criminal justice system properly and, if not, is privatisation a possible solution? Would this mean selling justice?”
With more than £10,000 of prizes on offer to the six finalists and the prospect of having their entry read by the Lord Chancellor and senior members of the judiciary, as well as the editor of The Times, this is an opportunity for student commentators to tackle one of the most critical issues of our time. The competition is open to all students registered with UK higher education institutes, pupil barristers and trainee solicitors.
Essays should be no more than 1,000 words and must be received by midday Friday 17 December 2021.
Applications open on 1 November 2021 with a deadline of 14 January 2022.
The Henry Fund provides a fully funded year at Harvard or Yale as a Special/ Visiting Student
The award provides:
- An assured place as a Special or Visiting student
- A maintenance payment of $34,000 for the year
- A travel grant of £2,500
- Tuition fees
- Health Insurance
We welcome applications to the Henry Fund from those who are currently attending any British or Irish University for their Undergraduate or Postgraduate Degree (see website for precise criteria).
The Fund is managed through the University of Cambridge but is open students attending all Universities in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland.
This competition aims to find the best undergraduates in Ireland and is open to all courses from all third level institutions across Ireland. Each award is in partnership with a graduate employer. Category winners have the opportunity of winning fantastic prizes, including paid internships, a fully funded professional diploma course and other exclusive prizes.
Choose your award category https://bit.ly/3wKW1MR
Applications for the Undergraduate of the Year Awards have officially opened, you must complete your application by the 31 January 2022.
The application process is straight forward and consists of three sections:
- Submission of the student’s personal information
- Completion of essay style questions
- Completion of psychometric tests
Successful applicants will be invited to attend an assessment centre with the award partners, those shortlisted will then be invited to a prestigious award ceremony in Dublin on the 14 April 2022.
Apply by 31st January 2022
We're searching UK universities to discover an inspiring neurominority Undergraduate of the Year. We're looking for somebody who brings different perspectives, creative problem-solving skills and unique strengths to help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.
You could win a ten-week, paid summer internship starting in June/July 2022, an Apple watch and Rolls-Royce-branded gifts. You’ll also spend a working day shadowing a Rolls-Royce leader – a fantastic opportunity to discover how decisions are made and to build your network.
To enter you need to:
- have a diagnosis, be in the process of being diagnosed or identify as having a neurodivergent condition
- be in your first or second year of a three-year course, or your first, second or third year of a four-year course at university – all degree subjects are accepted
- have the right to work in the UK after graduation.
Whilst we may not know what’s ahead, we’ll still be offering a wide range of innovative events in the virtual world using exciting new technologies.
Please visit our website for further information on all the events available to undergraduates and graduates.
We’re running five types of virtual events, designed to help you explore our opportunities from wherever you are – all focused on helping you learn more and make careers decisions.
You’re welcome to join us from any year at school or any degree discipline.
The current list of events running over multiple dates include Deloitte Upskill Live, Discover: Your Opportunities, Deloitte: Interactive, Meet Deloitte, Deloitte Upskill: On Demand.
Change 100 is a flagship programme of paid summer work placements, professional development and mentoring.
It aims to remove barriers experienced by disabled people in the workplace, to allow them to achieve their potential.
Delivered in partnership with leading employers in the UK who believe disability isn’t a barrier to a brilliant career. If you are successful, you will gain the experience, confidence, networks and skills needed to kick start your career. Change 100 is for talented students and graduates with disabilities or long-term conditions — including physical, visual or hearing impairments, mental health conditions and learning disabilities and difficulties like dyslexia and dyspraxia.
Interested in exploring these roles in the technology sector, and learning new digital skills?
Applications are closing soon for the upReach Tech500, a free careers programme supported by organisations including Google, Intel, Samsung, Bank of America, GCHQ and the Civil Service Fast Stream, who will provide training and other exclusive opportunities to those on the programme.
The upReach Tech500 will include career events, skills development opportunities, mentoring- all designed to help you gain insight into tech, learn digital skills, and secure a top paid internship and graduate role in the sector.
Check your eligibility at the button below.
Various 1 hour slots available to book online.
Aldi Presents The Escape Room!
To get out, you have 45 minutes to work as a team in a vortual environment to communicate, solve the clues and try to escape the Room.
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SECOND PRIZE per team member - FITBIT VERSA 2 T
THIRD PRIZE per team member - APPLE VOUCHER €75