Life at University, at least at the University of Reading, is about more than just studying. To help you discover all the experiences that you can benefit from outside of your studies – which will help you boost your employability – we invite you to the Reading Experience Day which is taking place on Wednesday 27th September, 12pm – 4pm. Continue reading
On the 10th of August, students on the Reading Internship Scheme were invited to Mojo’s to share their experiences on their RIS summer internships during a Summer Social event. Continue reading
What do your social media profiles say about you? Just like the way you behave shows who you are, Facebook or Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn reflect your personality. If employers research you, and they do this, what will they discover about you online? To avoid creating the wrong impression, you need to know the basic rules of social media etiquette.Do not share images of yourself which you wouldn’t want people outside your closest circle of friends to see. Continue reading
Depending on the job you apply for, the interviewing process can be different. For some positions, you could be asked a series of practical questions or to solve a problem right there and then. You might be nervous because of the whole process, and under pressure, you might go blank.
IRI UK is a leading provider of big data, predictive analytics and forward-looking insights that help FMCG, healthcare, retailers and media companies to grow their businesses. With the largest collection of purchase, media, social, causal and loyalty data, IRI guides its clients around the world in their quests to remain relevant, capture market share, connect with consumers and deliver market leading growth.
The company is currently looking for 3 graduates to join their Client Growth Delivered team starting September 2017. These openings are part of the IRI 2017 Graduate Scheme dedicated to all of you willing to gain valuable work experience in client retention and business development.
Learn more about the IRI Graduate Scheme and apply.
With three bustling campuses, the University of Reading offers plenty of opportunities for you to work part-time during your studies. However, it could be hard for you to find the right job and apply. Don’t lose hope because next academic year Campus Jobs comes to your rescue. Technically, this is a one-stop shop for all temporary work at the University, providing part-time opportunities that are safe and secure for you.
However, you could think of it a Super-service with extra flexibility, which bravely manages all the part-time and temporary work on campus to help you gain extra money and work experience while studying.
For a career in marketing, experience plays a big part. It is actual work, trial and error processes which make good marketers. If you are a recent graduate with a degree in Marketing or Business and little experience but would like to launch your career, the Graduate Marketing Workshop will get you started. This event organised by The SR group and Carter Murray, recruitment agencies, will take place on the 21st of June in London. Continue reading
Would you like to train to teach English as a Foreign Language?
- Earn while you go travelling
- Work in language schools in the UK
- Work with asylum seekers
- Option to gain an internationally recognised certification
Are you enrolled on a 4 year programme with a placement year or considering transferring to one? We have some key tips to help you plan your placement adventure before you leave for the summer