Category: events (off campus)

Fairs, workshops and events provided by an external party away from the University of Reading.

Blind in business: are you recruitment ready?

Blind in Business supports blind and partially sighted people into work. Are You Recruitment Ready? On December 3rd Blind in Business, in partnership with Thames Water and Energy & Utility Skills, are running four mock assessment centres in the hope of helping up to 60 blind / visually impaired students and graduates get Recruitment Ready. …

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Think Postgrad: postgraduate studentships PhD funding fair

Looking for PhD Funding promotional graphic

                  Think Postgrad are hosting their annual Postgraduate Studentships PhD Funding Fair on Monday 2nd December in Central London.  In their own words… “This event is your opportunity to meet and talk with representatives from some of the top UK Universities, and find out about available PhD …

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TargetJobs presents EMPOWER

Empower written in LGBTQ+ Rainbow

Empower In partnership with National Student Pride, TARGETjobs is hosting EMPOWER – an employability event for the LGBTQ+ community.             EMPOWER will be showcasing a range of inclusive employers, opening up about barriers LGBTQ+ students can encounter when entering the workforce, and how to overcome them. EMPOWER will also help to build professional …

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The workshop for your career in marketing

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 …

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UROP opens up opportunities

The applications for UROP, the scheme offering research internships to undergraduates at the University of Reading, are closing today, March 31. This programme gives students the chance to participate in research projects led by academics, gain a wide range of transferable skills, and kick-start their career in the area of their interest. Two of the students …

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