Learn about legal apprenticeships and other routes to the profession. The session will be delivered to you by the University of Law.
UX researcher Rosina
" I work in the tech industry. My role is Senior UX Researcher and this can be described as working with designers and engineers to create products of the future. My work helps create apps, websites and any new technology relevant to our business. Roles similar to mine exist in all technology companies such as Apple, Google, Tik Tok and Facebook.
London Interdisciplinary School will deliver you a session where you will explore:
The value of learning across disciplines?
How can it be applied to tackle real-world problems like COVID-19 or reducing plastic waste?
Why there is a need for these skills in the modern world and how they relate to the future of work.
Ever wondered how to become a student at Oxford or Cambridge University? Well this is your chance to find out. Join this talk with our Oxbridge Alumni Panel!
Join Malcom Donkin to hear him talk about his career as a TV producer and director
Studying Music and Sound Production, or Music Technology can lead to a number of roles in the convergent media industries of today. As practical courses you learn best by doing, developing a robust portfolio and a varied skill set needed to enter creative workplaces, not just music studios. During this session you will explore the varied careers that use, and the diverse communities that work with music and sound technology, exploring creative, technical and scientific roles.
Ben trained at the Guildford School of Acting and in the West End and has a wide variety of theatre experiences including acting and directing. Ben’s solo cabarets have played to sell-out audiences in London, in New York at 'Feinstein’s At 54'. Join this talk to learn about a career in theatre.
The workshop covers different STEM careers and salary expectations, a review of the STAR technique and practice interview questions, company insights and labour market information, and industry specific motivation statements including content from their partners Google, MBDA and GCHQ.
Join former St Brendan's student Daisy Clark to hear about her fascinating career in the foreign office. Daisy will join us live from the Democratic Republic of Congo !
Political Secretary, British Embassy Kinshasa,
"I attended St Brendan’s from 2010-2012 to study A Levels, and went to the University of Bristol through a Widening Participation initiative to study Law. After a few hiccups, I graduated in 2016 and secured an internship at the (then) Foreign & Commonwealth Office. I worked my way up and am now a diplomat who represents the UK overseas. I work on political and human rights interests and through my work have travelled all over the world. I’m now on a three year tour in DRC at the British Embassy in Kinshasa"
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Alice from BIMM will talk to you about:
performance being a career that's not just performing to stadium audiences! i.e being a session musician
Working as a freelancer - being self-employed, pros and cons etc.
Looking at career options that are not just performance-based
Personal attributes needed for a career in the industry