Featured employers: Edinburgh Graduate Recruitment Fair

Physicists fit really well into what we do. They seem to have the right skill set of scientific thinking, problem solving and data interpretation.

Jonny Press, Director, AquaQ Analytics

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I am just back from the EGRF where I met Lorraine Carr from Semefab and Jonny Press from AquaQ Analytics. Both employers are really keen to recruit our physicists.

You can find them and their vacancies on MyCareerHub

One of current students, Jacob Smith is just about to start a summer placement with Semefab. I will be asking Jacob to do a couple of guest blogs over the summer.

Are you a problem-solver?

Could you get excited about a career that allows you to solve some of the most complex problems that the world’s businesses, governments, non-governmental organizations, and non-for-profits face? If the answer is “yes”  a career in consulting could suit you.

McKinsey is coming to Edinburgh on 3oth September to introduce penultimate and final-year undergraduate, and master’s students, to the work they do through an interactive case study workshop. Designed and delivered by McKinsey consultants, you will get the opportunity to:

  • Learn problem-solving skills that will help you in your academic work, as well as other job applications
  • Be guided through the interview process
  • Network with McKinsey consultants over drinks to get all your questions answered

Closing date is 22nd September so find out more and apply here

Need a bit of  inspiration? Several of our physics graduates have gone into consulting. Check their profiles on LinkedIn

Oliver

Elaine

Thomas (with an Ordinary degree)

Jarand

Boston Consulting: Paris workshop

BCG

BCG invites you to apply for the UnlimITed 2016 case workshop in Paris and guide a leading company to success by evaluating a strategy solution to address their biggest challenge. Based on a real BCG project, discover how technological innovations can create a decisive competitive advantage for their clients.

Together with BCG consultants from our dynamic Technology Advantage practice and 50 top students from universities in Europe and the Middle East, you will gain an in-depth understanding of your client’s situation, identify the improvement ideas with the greatest potential, and present your execution plan to the client’s board.

Along the way, you will learn the methodologies and approach of the world’s leading strategy consultancy, and face new challenges that will enable you to grow personally and professionally.

This event is open to outstanding university students and postgraduateswith an affinity for both IT and strategy, proven through studies or extracurricular activities.

Please visit their website to view more information about our event.

Deadline for applications is the 6th of September.

The Boston Consulting Group is also on MyCareerHub