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National police jobs and opportunities online event

From 8 January to 23 March the College of Policing will be running a national police jobs and opportunities online event. They will be taking the concept of a physical jobs fair and putting it into an online space so that it may be accessed 24/7 and from any location and device. There will be documents, videos and audio […]

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  • Class of 2015. Recent LSE graduates after the Graduation Ceremony on the 16th July 2015.
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    Destinations survey – why do we contact you six months after graduation?

Destinations survey – why do we contact you six months after graduation?

The destination survey has begun, for those of you who graduated between January and July 2017. The survey, which gathers information on what graduates go on to do after graduation, is known as Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE). It is commissioned by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), and all UK higher education institutions are required to run the survey.
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11 December 2017|Alumni, Featured|0 Comments|

The impact of volunteering on my student life

Lorna Stevenson (MSc Social Policy (Research) 2018 and LSE Access and Admissions Specialist) shares her experiences on the impact of volunteering on her student life. She’s currently volunteering with Parkrun as a co-Event director and there always looking for enthusiastic volunteers. Read on to find out more about Lorna’s volunteering experience.

The impact of volunteering
Volunteering was one of the best […]

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Jobs of the week

Part time
Researcher

Volunteer
Learning Disability Supporter

Experienced Hire
Strategy & Operations Consultant

International
Development Associate

Graduate
Research Officer

Internship
Technical Macro Analyst

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8 December 2017|LSE Careers|0 Comments|
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    Students with disabilities – apply to attend Access to Employment 2018

Students with disabilities – apply to attend Access to Employment 2018

As Careers Consultant for disabled students I often get asked questions about whether employers will view a candidate negatively if they disclose a disability. Understandably there may be concerns about a lack of understanding or an unwillingness to make adjustments and, more often than not, you may not know the support you’re entitled to or how to handle situations […]

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Make volunteering your new year’s resolution

Volunteering has the potential to transform your experience at LSE. Student feedback shows it can improve your well-being, help you make new friends and discover London. It’s also a fantastic way to gain skills that employers will find attractive and, of course, contribute to a cause that you’re passionate about. Plus, it can help you better understand your course. […]

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Wrapping gifts at Ham House – one-off volunteering

The Volunteer Centre team brought a group of 12 LSE student volunteers to Ham House in Richmond on the 14th of November to help wrap Christmas gifts for the National Trust. It’s quite a trip from LSE campus to Ham House, but fortunately the students had lots to talk about so it gave them a chance to get to know […]

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An incredible #GivingTuesday 2017 at LSE

On 28 November LSE played it’s part in one of the biggest ever Giving Tuesdays to take place in the UK, with hundreds of events taking place across the country. Led by the LSE Volunteer Centre and LSESU RAG students and staff contributed by:

Planting bulbs that are being donated to a local hospice’s garden.
Signing up to the blood stem cell […]

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Mastering the case interview

In a case interview you’re presented with a business scenario and expected to demonstrate you can solve it on the spot.

They are a crucial part of the hiring process and but can be a gruelling experience. They are designed to test an applicant’s knowledge of business and financial models, their ability to think fast, and sometimes even how well they work as […]

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30 November 2017|LSE Careers|0 Comments|

A message to our upcoming graduates

This December we will welcome our newest cohort of 2017 graduates to the LSE alumni community – a lifelong global network of over 142,000 members in almost 200 countries. If you are graduating shortly, read on for some tips to help you stay in touch with the School and fellow alumni once you leave.

Make the most of your alumni […]

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29 November 2017|LSE Careers|0 Comments|

Volunteering opportunities of the week

We’ve selected six volunteering opportunities of the week for you. If these roles don’t match with what you’re looking for you can search LSE CareerHub for other opportunities. We’ve got more than 250 different ongoing volunteering opportunities online at a time so there is something for everyone!

International Development Project Worker
Bilingual Receptionist

Nature conservationist
Gift wrappers

Volunteer befriender
Exercise at Home Volunteer

Want to know more?
If you […]

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Applying for Spring Weeks

So what is a Spring Week?

A Spring Week, or Insight Week, is a placement typically undertaken during the Easter holidays of your first year at university. They are designed to give you a comprehensive introduction to the industry you are applying to, as well as the work of that particular institution. They have become more important in recent […]

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29 November 2017|LSE Careers|0 Comments|

London Stock Exchange Group presentation

On Tuesday 28 November London Stock Exchange Group are giving a presentation detailing the crucial work of the Group in global financial markets, as well as the many opportunities on offer to LSE graduates though the LSEG Graduate Programme, in NAB 2.04 at 6:30 pm.

They will cover Primary, Secondary and Post Trade markets, and how these are supported by Information Services […]

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27 November 2017|LSE Careers|0 Comments|
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    J. Antonio Canaviri Zamora – Monitoring And Evaluation Officer, United Nations Children Fund

J. Antonio Canaviri Zamora – Monitoring And Evaluation Officer, United Nations Children Fund

J. Antonio Canaviri Zamora completed the MSc Social Policy at LSE in 2013. He now works as a Monitoring And Evaluation Officer at the United Nations Children Fund.

“Consider LSE as your first option to become a leader and expert in social issues”

Find out more about J. Antonio Canaviri Zamora and his experiences on his graduate profile page.

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    4 reasons why volunteering will help you settle in to London

4 reasons why volunteering will help you settle in to London

Volunteering during your time at LSE has many benefits but one of the biggest is that can help you settle in to London. It’s not unusual to feel a little overwhelmed when arriving in such a big city, starting on your course and trying to do all those others things that life throws at you. In this blog we […]

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LSE Enactus: consulting for charities

Each year LSE has a brilliant group of students who volunteer with Enactus. They do consultancy work for charities and social enterprises amongst other areas of their work. In this blog Fabian Tan, BSc Economics 2018 and Enactus member, explains how they can help and makes a call for charities to get in touch.
Who is Enactus?

Enactus is an international […]

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The lessons I’ve learnt from volunteering

Jennifer Fernandez Owsianka is one of the LSE Student Volunteering Ambassadors 2017/18. She’s a first year LLB student and she volunteered a lot. As #GivingTuesday is coming up on 28 November she wanted to share some of the lessons she learnt from volunteering to inspire you to volunteer too. Read on to find out what she learnt and don’t forget to […]

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Taking the Career Plunge

Guest blog from Tamara Oprea, Associate Director Sales and Business Development – Financial Markets at IHS Markit Ltd.
“There I was, after all those years of studying and hard work, with a Banking, Finance and Management degree under my belt, ready to take on my career! So many paths and career choices, from banking to corporates, to analytics, to financial […]

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Your chance to be heard by top UK employers

Guest post from Universum:

Why take the Universum Career Test?
Your opinion matters. That is why every year Universum asks students their opinions on top employers and what they want out of their future workplace.

By participating in the Universum Career Test today, you will be part of a group of over one million students worldwide and 45,000+ here in the UK that […]

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21 November 2017|LSE Careers|0 Comments|

Volunteering with SKIP in Peru

Phoebe Hagon (MSc in Management), one of your Student Volunteering Ambassadors, volunteered with SKIP in Peru. In the run up to #GivingTuesday, a day to do good for charity after Black Friday, she’d like to share her volunteering experiences with you. Read on to find out what it was like to volunteer with SKIP in Peru.
There is nothing quite […]

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