You may have noticed that your University is about to shut its doors for a month! Nice for some (Writer wishes he still enjoyed long University Holidays…) but many British students will go home to visit family during this time and so if you’re an International student in London, you may want a few things to do besides all the pre exam revision (Sorry to mention that).
Are you looking for a part time job in term time? Some full time work over just the summer period? An internship? UK work gives you skills and experience that UK graduate employers value, as well as offering the opportunity to use your English in a business setting and with a variety of people.
Think of this as Europe’s equivalent to the well heard of US Green Card. The scheme which was announced in December 2011 allows European employers to connect with non-EU nationals and offer them residency and employment in the EU. The network is a free online service that allows individuals to create a profile and submit an electronic application. Employers can then browse profiles and connect with candidates to initiate an interview process where relevant.
This is the second guest blog in the two part series on job options within Finance in India.
The unprecedented growth in the economy and the industrial development in India are opening up several new avenues for those who want to enter the finance sector. There are several lucrative and satisfying career options that one can choose from, after completing the finance courses. Here, we present some of the prominent career options available.
Careers information often talks about using social media for your job search. Almost everyone nowaways is on twitter or facebook or linkedin or googleplus. Social media is all around us. We can be inundated by information from it and we can waste a lot of time on it but we can also harness it for our benefit to crowdsource funding for new projects, learn about career insights, network with professionals and enhance our job searching. How do we do this?
Importance of a well written CV
If you have just arrived in London, you have an amazing city on your doorstep to explore over the coming year or two. To get ideas of things to do and places to go Time Out London is a really good starting point. They recommend 101 things to make sure that you do: read Time Out Online for more