OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
The Student Lawyer - they will cover areas of student CV, advice on joining the Bar and getting a training contract which is very tough to obtain in this field, and other opportunities for students with an interest in the Law.
Orchid Project has a vision of a world free from female genital cutting (FGM). Our mission is to foster and accelerate the abandonment of FGC around the world.
RNIB provides support, information and advice for people affected by sight loss, as well as useful information about eye health. This talk addresses some of the benefits to you of helping RNIB and discusses the general benefits of volunteering and internships.
Spending a few months at Oxfam is a great way to hone your skills. We offer various placements at Oxfam House and at our regional offices, in areas as diverse as HR, marketing, IT, accounting and digital media, and give you the chance to work on specific projects.
Judges themselves are helping to design the computerised courts of the future. New software will empower litigants to bring and defend cases without the need for lawyers. Judges will be able to decide cases whenever and wherever they choose to open their laptops. But will justice suffer?
This presentation by the IoD will cover an introduction to the Institute of Directors, the benefits of joining (IoD Student Membership), as well as highlighting exclusive workplace internship and employment opportunities and answering any question and answers you may have.
This event will discuss the impact of Brexit on the financial services sector and will be hosted by Simeon Djankov, former Minister of Finance for Bulgaria, and Lindsey Naylor, a partner in a Corporate & Institutional Banking practice in London.
This talk marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act. Peter Scott-Presland will connect the experiences and will be of particular interest to our LLB students who are interested in law and morality and in how the law changes.
The presentation will cover career opportunities in marketing as well as the benefits of belonging to the world’s largest community of professional marketers.
The presentation will cover Lord Bilimorias' life experience in education, employment and enterprise and offer advice for those students seeking out their own life journey in enterprise.
The Bett Show bills itself as "the world's leading education technology event". It takes place at ExCeL London, from 25-28 January 2017.
Hello @ TechHub is a great way to meet people within the Campus community and generate opportunities and partnerships – so let’s get together and see what sparks fly!
In this presentation, you’ll discover how an understanding of risk and the IRM is now a key area in business today and can benefit you to gain professional recognition, improve your management skills and help to boost your career earnings.
This event will be a learning opportunity for both Independent HE members and UCAS. It is a chance for members to get to know how to utilise the many benefits of UCAS, as well as learning how to get their institution onto the UCAS website.
Mark Ritson, award winning Marketing Week Columnist and Professor of Marketing at Melbourne Business School, is hosting an Inspire Lecture on 8th December 2016 from 4pm to 6pm.
London is European Volunteering Capital 2016. In celebration of this, we wish to celebrate and share good practice by holding our 'International Volunteering Conference' – on International Volunteer Day 2016.
£££ - The Independent Higher Education Annual Conference is the UK’s flagship event for leaders in the independent HE sector, and the only conference specifically tailored to the needs and interests of independent universities and colleges.
Friday 25 November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It is a date that was designated International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women by the United Nations General Assembly and marks the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
Chris Millward, HEFCE Director (Policy) will be speaking at this Westminster Forum Projects event. This conference will provide an opportunity to discuss the likely impact of the TEF and the challenges for its implementation.
Whether you have a personal or a professional interest in the environment, the UKELA Careers evening will have the information you need to help you decide if it could be the career for you.
This week we were visited by Charlotte Davies, General Manager of The Student Lawyer (TSL)...
Our student, Sara Åkerlund is running to raise money for the Spinal Injuries Association
LSBM Student Ambassadors came to the UCAS Exhibition at Brunel University London!...
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