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Amanda Conway is the Head of International Career Development at The University of Manchester. Amanda has been a career consultant at the University for over 15 years and also has a background in retail management and HR, psychometric testing and personality profiling.

Do you have Mandarin skills? …. are you looking for an internship or part-time job in Social Media?

Job Title : Social Media Intern (Ref: MCFI) Location: Trafford Park, Manchester Salary : £12,000 per annum (pro-rated 20 hours per week) Several Greater Manchester companies, supported by MIDAS, Marketing Manchester and New Economy, have recently launched the Manchester–China Forum, which aims to increase Greater Manchester’s commercial connectivity, including trade and investment, with China. As…

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Deloitte China are hiring from The University of Manchester for China & Hong Kong

Deloitte China have just launched their Overseas China Campus Recruitment for students to join them in 2014.  The online application system is now open and will now close on 31st of October, 2013. Deloitte are looking to target recent Chinese(incl. Hong Kong) graduates or final years covering both undergraduates and postgraduates with academic backgrounds or majors, as…

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Secure your place at The Entrepreneur Festival – helping global talent to set up in Britain

Grab an exclusive place at the Entrepreneur Festival 4 to 6 September 2013 – Manchester, UK If you are a recent graduate or final year BA/BSc level, Masters or Research degree student with entrepreneurial ambitions (international students are particularly targeted) , now is the time to grab an exclusive place at the Entrepreneur Festival. Whether…

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Building international career networks for our international students

Here at The University of Manchester’s Careers Service, we are very keen to harness the wealth of knowledge, expertise and connections across our international alumni community We are keen to learn more about the global job market and to use this to support the career development of our students. A few initiatives are already in place to support this process and we have…

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UK work visas – what’s changing in April, 2013, and what do these mean for your chances to work in the UK?

From 6th April, 2013, two key visa changes will come into place affecting international students: –  “Lower minimum salaries for visa sponsorship”  and “a new working visa opportunity for PhD students”. 1) Lower minimum salaries for visa sponsorship – Last year the Government reviewed the minimum salaries that are in place for a company to sponsor a work…

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