Available now – grad scheme directories

These are good for identifying some, larger organisations interested in recruiting physicists. Not all employers advertise this way though so if you don’t find what you are looking for, don’t worry. There are different strategies you can use.
Start with our advice on finding graduate jobs.

The Careers Service Blog

Times Top 100, Prospects Student Career Guide and Guardian Top 300 – all shiny, appealing and ready for you to pick up at the Careers Service – so which one to choose?

for-blogTimes Top 100: Over 18,000 final year students were asked “which employer do you think offers the best opportunities for graduates?” The 100 organisations most frequently mentioned make up this listing. Whether through the perceived quality of their training programmes, the business success that they enjoy, the scale of their graduate recruitment, or by the impression that their on-campus promotions have made – these are the employers who seemed most attractive to the students surveyed. Not a light read, and heavy on the statistics – a business-like approach.

Guardian Top 300 – three times as many employers feature, and they’re selected on the basis of a massive 52,000 responses to a student survey. This title presents…

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Keen to apply your technical knowledge to a new challenge?

Mewburn Ellis are running some Open Days so you can get a clearer idea of what being a patent attorney is all about and help you to find out if it is the career path for you. During the day there is a series of talks and practical exercises, covering topics such as patent drafting, patent prosecution and managing the workload. Plus plenty of opportunity to ask questions about the job, and about Mewburn Ellis.
Career Flyer 2015

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