If you have just graduated and haven't managed to get a job yet, don't despair, there are still plenty of opportunities out there.
The Careers and Enterprise teams supported four students to represent Lancaster University at the National Apprentice Challenge in Michaelmas term. Three of the members, Dmitrii Ishutin, Anais, and Adley Chan were runners up in the FLUX 2016 Inter-university Business Challenge held at Lancaster University, and with the addition of Christopher Scanlon, they made up the National Apprentice Challenge team. Here’s their take on the experience.
Just a quick reminder that if you are a penultimate year student, or one year post-grad, and are applying for the Lancaster Award the deadline is 20th June 2016.
This workshop is perfect for students, of all departments, who are interested in applying for work in any area of TV and/ or PR work.
Alumni and students have been invited to come and eat cake at a special networking and careers event.
Lancaster students impressed a local business and charity as part of the Insight into Event Planning course run by Lancaster University Careers in Lent term 2016.
From 2016/17, the Government will for the first time provide a loan of up to £10000 per student for postgraduate Master's study.
Six Lancaster University students competed in the national FLUX inter-university business challenge held at Lancaster University on the 6th and 7th of January 2016 and ranked third in the grand final out of 12 competing teams.
In a competitive job market students often need to apply for multiple opportunities. Where the recruitment process involves attending assessment centres and interviews at some distance from Lancaster the costs can be prohibitive.
Following the delivery of two highly successful Frontrunner courses in 2014 and 2015 Lancaster University is once again offering students the opportunity to attend this three day leadership programme.