Careers and Employability Service

Careers in Science and Data

21 to 25 March 2022

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A week focused on the variety of roles and opportunities within science and data, providing students with industry insights including skills development sessions.


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Week in data and science; developing your CV and covering letter

What needs to be included in your CV and covering letter and how to tailor these documents for different job roles.

Mon 1pm - 2pm
Week in data and science: Opportunities for Engineers, Chemistry, Forensics and Biochemist students and graduates with Bureau Veritas

A global leader operating across markets. With more than 1,600 offices and laboratories around the globe and 75,000 employees worldwide, Bureau Veritas offers global career opportunities across a huge scope of project.

Tue 11am - midday.
Week in data and science:Practice Assessment Centre

Interactive Assessment Centre practice . The session will involve ice breakers, group exercises and feedback from observers to help you prepare for live employer ones.

Wed 10am - midday
Gradcracker: Become a successful job hunter for STEM careers

Gradcracker is the UK’s careers website for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) students. With a focus on jobs, employers and events for STEM students.

Wed midday - 1pm
Study Plus - FDM Introduction to Software Development

Introduction to Software Development

Wed 2pm - 2:45pm
Week in data and science: FDM Group Business Intelligence and Data Engineering graduate pathway opportunities

Come and find out about our Business Intelligence and Data Engineering graduate pathway offerings.

Thu 3pm - 4pm
Week in data and science:How to answer interview questions - the normal, the tricky and the downright strange!

If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be and why? … Does the thought of answering interview questions fill you with dread.

Fri 11am - midday

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Last Updated: 13/04/2022