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Before I start this week's round-up post, I wanted to share with you all the GTI Halloween office special, we decided to dress up for charity. Supporting both Macmillan and Style Acre by baking cakes and looking spooky!
Here are some of the images..
The GTI Marketing team
GTI Team London Office
Now, onto the career advice
Let's start our career roundup with this week's upcoming graduate job deadlines:
If you're an international student in the UK and are hunting for a graduate job or want to gain work experience while you study, look no further. Check out our article here to find out more information.
Bloomberg’s graduate programmes are open for applicants at the moment, and the financial analytics behemoth is
big on interviews. Find out how you can answer some of those tricky questions
about why you want to work at Bloomberg, and get help on preparing for those
wildcard current affairs topics.
Whether you’re a law student
thinking about the Bar or hoping for a training contract, it’s entirely
possible that you’re just one day away from missing a vital deadline. If you
want to know for certain you’ll have to read our law news update this week.
Alongside BTPC scholarships and last chance vac schemes, we’ve got handy
information for your commercial awareness. This week it’s the meaning of life
sentences, and more news about the fallout on legal aid and judicial review.
You may not reach out to
employers on social media, but whether you’ve included a link on your CV or
not, chances are they’ll go looking for you. Budding journalists or marketers
will need to get their work out there on the twittersphere, make their opinions
heard through the blogosphere and comment through the er….commentosphere.
Confused? Well it’s probably best you get some help and read our guide to
promoting your work through social media.