The Junior Associate Training Course: JUNIORASSOCIATE.ORG has been re-opened by Civitatis International and is an internationally respected residential course producing the highest calibre employable graduates of International Relations and the Social Sciences.
The Junior Associate course develops the skills and character of the Junior Associate in increasing intensity with continuous assessment and feedback for self-improvement. For those able to graduate from the Civitatis International Junior Associate course and who follow our advice there is a 100% success rate for them finding a degree relevant high-level job, with our help, within a few weeks of graduation from the course.
The course selects the best graduates in International Relations and other disciplines and entry to the course is highly competitive. Youtube testimonials from our Junior Associates and an application form to join the course are available online at: JUNIORASSOCIATE.ORG
Applications are now open for entry this summer and Michaelmas.
Careers blog written by Nicola Haydon, Graduate Intern: Marketing and Information Support, Careers
Just over a year ago I graduated with very little idea of what I wanted to do next. I had work experience in a range of different areas, but this meant that there wasn’t anything in particular that I had specialised in. Fast forward to the end of the summer, and I had secured a role as a graduate marketing intern in the University of York Careers team. Now I have come to the end of my contract I have a few tips to share if you are heading into a graduate internship…
…on careers events in the UK.
- Europe’s largest aviation careers expo, Pilot Careers Live, will take place at the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds on Saturday 9 July, 10am – 4.30pm. Tickets cost £5.00 for students. Further details at: www.pilotcareernews.com/live/
- Enhance you business knowledge with the BQF Summer School – a two week learning programme, offering insight into key business disciplines. To apply for our Summer School courses please fill in our booking form at www.bqf.org.uk/bqf-summer-school-form/ or email Heidi Lizzimore on Heidi.Lizzimore@bqf.org.uk For more information please visit our website – www.bqf.org.uk/bqf-summer-school/
Are you an international student thinking about staying in the UK at the end of your studies? Are you confused about your options?
We can help! Bring your questions about finding work in the UK to us between 10.30am and 12.30pm on the following days and we will do out best to answer them:
- Wednesday 6 July
- Tuesday 12 July
- Wednesday 20 July
- Wednesday 27 July
- Wednesday 3 August
- Wednesday 10 August
- Wednesday 17 August
- Tuesday 23 August
- Wednesday 31 August
- Wednesday 7 September
- Wednesday 14 September
These are informal drop ins – you don’t need an appointment, just come along to the Careers building on Campus West. You can either come and talk to us one-to one or in a small group with friends.
Although we are not able to give immigration advice, we can provide information to explain your options, clarify anything you are not sure about and help you understand how you might look for work that meet the conditions for visa sponsorship.