Are you looking ahead to your future engineering career, and want to make an impact in the job market?
Careers specialists Mark and Raj will be available to talk about any aspect of careers in a fully supportive way - from helping you identify a career path that might be right for you, how to best present yourself via your CV, application or cover letter (feel free to bring examples along for review), where and when to look for internships and graduate schemes, what your specialisation might mean for you in the labour market, how best to prepare for interviews and lots, lots more. If you're simply curious about what opportunities might be out there for you - or for any career query - feel free to drop by - all years and all students are warmly welcome.
This half-day workshop will give you the tools you need to succeed; from learning how to master CVs, crafting compelling cover letters that demonstrate your fit to a role and how to interview so that you're showing your full quality. It will also cover job search strategies in a supportive, friendly, and welcoming environment.
You may have noticed that the new West Hub building on the West Cambridge site is now open! Everyone is welcome at the Hub, and with a wide variety of individual and group study spaces located throughout the building you’re guaranteed to find the perfect place to work. Read more about the West Hub Library - Cambridge University Libraries' newest service.
This Easter Term, our Technology Libraries team are delighted to offer a teaching and training programme of information skills and other sessions, including tips on revision, managing study stress, and researching your future employer. You can book onto sessions on the West Hub website, or download the PDF flyer for more information.
The School of Technology will host a Masterclass in the Easter Term on Open Research/Open Science on Wednesday 18 May 2022, 1-2pm.
This will be of particular interest for Academics and Research Professionals working in Technology and the Physical Sciences.
Leading funding bodies who have adopted open-access mandates for work they fund include UKRI/ Research Councils UK, National Institutes of Health, Wellcome Trust and European Research Council.
Experts from Cambridge University Libraries (including the Office for Scholarly Communications) will lead discussions on:
This session will be held online, with the Zoom link circulated in advance of the session. Register to attend via Eventbrite.