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Wednesday 12th June 2013
11am - 5pm
Serpentine Hall, RDS, Dublin
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Applications are now open for a new 2 year BBC Technology Trainee Scheme leading to an MSc in Digital Broadcast Technology for graduates with a 2:1 Honours degree in Broadcast Engineering, Broadcast Technology, Electronics, Physics, Computer Science or a closely related subject.
Location: London, Salford, Birmingham
Salary: £20k pa
Closing date for applications: 20th May 2013
Law Fair (Manchester Central, G-MEX)
20th November 2012
Postgraduate Study Fair (Manchester Central, G-MEX)
21st November 2012
For more details, please visit: Manchester Fairs
“I never thought I’d be able to study at Cambridge, now I’ve got the chance.”
If you meet the criteria below, you could be eligible for the John Crook Scholarship to study for a second degree at St John’s College, Cambridge.
The scholarship would cover all costs, including fees, and would provide a grant of at least £1,080 a month for living expenses for the duration of your course.
If you are…
…then find out more and download an application form here or call the Tutorial Office on 01223 338789.
There’s good news for those looking to enter the world of postgraduate study with the launch of a brand new set of funding awards from The Science Registry - the people behind FindAMasters.com and FindAPhD.com.
The bursary, which totals £9,000, is available to students across a range of disciplines.
There are two sets of awards - one for Master’s students and one for those embarking on PhD studies.
Registration for the awards is now open, with a formal application process beginning in June. Details on how to apply can be found at:
From Monday 5th to Friday 30th March 2012, the OU Careers Advisory Service is running an online forum for postgraduate students wanting to plan their next career steps. The forum is moderated by three careers advisers and is an opportunity for you to share advice, thoughts and experiences regarding the career opportunities open to you with a postgraduate qualification. You can post a question, provide help to other postgraduate students, or just come in and browse.
This forum will provide an excellent chance to ask about and discuss a whole range of topics such as:
To access the forum go to the Careers Workspace using your OU computer username and password.
The forum will be open for four weeks and then become read-only for a further 12 months.
We hope to see lots of postgraduate students on the forum as this is a great opportunity to get your questions answered by a qualified careers adviser.
The ICT Ireland Skillnet in association with Dublin Institute of Technology has launched a unique, one-year, full-time, intensive Masters degree in Applied Software Technology which is free to students and offers full time employment with LM Ericsson upon satisfactory completion.
Entry is confined to graduates who are Irish or EEA nationals, not currently in employment. Candidates must have a 2:1 Honours Degree in a relevant cognate discipline, including (but not limited to) Computer Science, IT, Software Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Data Networking etc. but qualified applicants from any discipline with significant content in Maths, Problem Solving, Logic and Critical Thinking will receive positive consideration.
Screening and selection of up to 50 candidates will take place during March - April 2012 and places will be offered by July for a start in mid-September.
Application is by email to firstname.lastname@example.org attaching a detailed CV to include date of birth, home address, phone/email and full details of educational qualifications stating grades awarded (or expected).
More details are on the ICT Ireland Skillnet website here (PDF, 0.13MB)
The University of Manchester is hosting the following fairs during November:
Tuesday 22nd November 2011 - Law Fair
Law firms offering training contracts and placements, course providers offering training courses and professional bodies such as the Bar offering advice.
Wednesday 23rd November 2011 - Postgraduate Study Fair
Universities and training organisations promoting their postgraduate study places for 2012 (please note this is NOT a jobs fair for graduates).
All details are on the University of Manchester’s website.
Join Swavesey Village College in Cambridgeshire on 28th June 2011 between 10am and 2pm to explore teaching opportunities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) graduates in outstanding schools.
The conference will conclude with the opportunity to discuss possible sponsorship through postgraduate teaching qualifications with Swavesey Village College or other local outstanding schools.
This event is FREE of charge. For more details or to register your place, please contact Jane Cooper at email@example.com
or tel: 01954 230366 ext 200
e-Placement Scotland is a new programme offering paid work placement opportunities to students resident and currently studying computing, computer science, software engineering and IT in Scotland. Some placements are part-time. It is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Work placements are an extremely valuable way to increase your employability skills and can lead to the offer of permanent employment.
Follow the link to find out more about the programme, search for the latest placement opportunities from employers across Scotland and register to be notified of opportunities that meet your chosen criteria.