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Latest news about the labour and graduate market.

Inspire young minds as a Youth Mentor and Presenter!

Elevate Education are advertising for a Youth Mentor and Presenter. Do you… Love public speaking? Want to earn £70 per 60-minute seminar presented? Like being the centre of attention? Are you… Charismatic? Keen on making a difference to people’s lives? Wanting a flexible part-time job with full-time opportunities when you graduate? Elevate Education is an international …

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UoR student claims bronze in national graphics competition!

Back in April, we here at Careers shared an exciting opportunity for students to enter the Display Wizard National Graphic Design Competition for the chance to gain industry experience and a possible £500 grant alongside their studies. We are extremely proud to announce that Emmeline Hewstone, a student from the University of Reading has won 3rd prize …

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Welcome Week 2016: Work as a Welcome Ambassador!

Being a Welcome Ambassador is a great opportunity to get paid for sharing your passion about being a student at the University of Reading whilst helping new students arrive, settle in and enjoy the start of their time here. Welcome Week delivers a series of activities from Heathrow ‘Meet & Greet’, registration support and information …

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Five Things You May Not Know About Careers…

In February, we asked UoR students to participate in a Careers Survey to listen to your ideas, and ensure that we keep on improving the service we provide. Over 1000 students replied and we are excited to announce the results are in. With the Easter holidays soon to be over and the final term of …

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Reading and Henley shortlisted for NUE Awards 2016

The University of Reading and Henley Business School have been shortlisted for a total of 4 awards at this year’s National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE). Both the University and Henley Business School have been nominated for awards that reflect institution-wide performance and individual student participation in work placement schemes. The nominations are as follows: Best …

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