International Employability Conference
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  • Lecture Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth

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International students at the University are invited to find out more about UK employment procedures and the application process.

Seminar sessions will run over the afternoon with an opportunity to network over a cream tea. 

Seminar 1: The UK labour market for international students 

  • Presenter: Kenneth Howgill - Careers Adviser 
  • Session overview: Learn more about the UK labour market and the resources available to explore your options

Seminar 2: Visa guidelines explained 

  • Presenter: International Student Advice (ISA) 
  • Session overview: Making the most of your student visa and learn about UK immigration guidelines 

Seminar 3: Meeting UK employer expectations: Introduction to networking 

  • Presenter: Alex Houston - Careers Adviser 
  • Session overview: Learn how to make a positive impression at a networking event (with an overview how to play the networking game) 

Afternoon cream tea refreshments and networking - The Commons 

Seminar 4: Meeting UK employer expectations: CVs 

  • Presenter: Kenneth Howgill - Careers Adviser 
  • Session overview: Learn how to structure a UK CV and tailor it effectively when applying for part-time jobs, internships and graduate opportunities

Seminar 5: Meeting UK employer expectations: Interviews 

  • Presenter: Helen Smith - Outreach Adviser
  • Session overview: Explore the common UK graduate job interview questions and the techniques involved to create a positive impression during an interview. 

Booking is essential to attend as space is limited. 

Contact the Employability Service with any queries (email: 01752 587729).

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