Year in Industry

Year in Industry Bootcamp

10:00am - 5:00pm / Monday 12th September 2022 / Venue: 502 Teaching space, in Teaching Room 4 Central Teaching Hub
Type: Open Day / Category: Department
  • Suitable for: Science and Engineering Students
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Careers and Employability are running a three day Bootcamp for prospective Year in Industry students, across the Faculty of Science and Engineering. The Bootcamp will host a variety of in-person sessions, intended to prepare and support you with the application process of securing an industrial placement. Sessions will be delivered by Careers and Employability, past industrial placement students and employers. There will be multiple employer led panel events where companies will share insights into their current placement opportunities and how to stand out during the recruitment process. By registering to attend the Bootcamp you will receive exclusive access to the Science and Engineering, Year in Industry Bootcamp Canvas page.

The Bootcamp will run across three days from Monday 12th - Wednesday 14th September 22 (the week before Welcome Week). Following the Bootcamp you should feel confident searching and finding placements of interest, completing the initial stages of the recruitment process and networking with employers.