External career related events


2015 Events

Events in September

PwC - The Confidence Code

Want to build your confidence at work? Get tips from ‘The Confidence Code’ authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, Google’s Eileen Naughton, HeForShe and PwC leaders. PwC is hosting a global webcast followed by an insightful panel discussion with some senior members of PwC across different lines of service.
Register by 31 August

PwC - What can you do with your Law degree?

Want to know what you can do with your Law degree? Then join PwC for an insightful session where you will get to meet with partners from the Tax & Legal team and learn about opportunities that are available at PwC, how you can effectively utilise your qualifications and eventually find your passion.
Register by 3 September

Overseas Teaching - Explore the world outside the classroom

Date: Monday 21 September
Where: Bent Street, Sydney
Limited places available, register for free now.

If you've ever thought about teaching overseas, but were not sure where to start, we recommend that you attend the upcoming overseas teaching seminar. Find out if a career teaching overseas is right for you from an experienced teacher who has lived the dream. Get your questions answered first hand, from Nick Kendell, who has been there as a new teacher, a head of school, and now a recruiter.


Ongoing events

Take the BAT - Bloomberg Aptitude Test

Bloomberg aptitude test

Date: Last Friday of every month
Venue: Bloomberg office. Level 27, 1 Blight St, Sydney
Time: 10am–12pm & 3–5pm

The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) is a 2 hour 100 multiple choice test that assesses knowledge relevant to business, finance, and logical thinking in 8 sections.

It allows you to assess the practical and relevant skills required in the corporate world today, and compare with peers around the world. More importantly, taking the test puts your score at the fingertips over hundreds of employers who use the TalentSearch database to seek potential interns and graduates. When an employer enters search criteria, the system ranks candidates based purely on their test score only. Factors such as name, gender, age and resumes are all withdrawn, and in doing so ensures absolute transparency and equality, allowing those with true talent to stand out based entirely on their merits.

By investing two hours, you pave the way for employers to knock on your door without ever writing another cover letter or spend hours at a networking session.

By investing two hours, at the very least, you see where you stand against the rest of like-minded peers.

Best of all, it is absolutely FREE. And if you are unsatisfied with your result - feel free to repeat the test once a month, for as much as you want to, all for free as well. To date, it has been taken by over 160,000 students across 60 countries in more than 3,500 universities. Join the race today.

More information at: www.taketheBAT.com
Register at: http://goo.gl/MOEjyN


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