Instant Impact are currently recruiting 2015 graduates for a corporate finance boutique advisory firm. They have worked with huge clients such as Virgin and ITV. The role is based in central London and the starting salary is £30,000.
They're looking for 3 bright and numerical graduates with some finance experience to join them on their graduate scheme as junior analysts.
If you are interested, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 76 22 143 for a short phone conversation before arranging an initial interview.
The role is moving very quickly as there will be an assessment centre on 16th December for all successful candidates so please get in touch as soon as possible!
Fantastic Opportunity for Legal Writers
Know about law? Have an opinion on anything topical in the legal world? Want that opinion read by thousands every month?
Write for The Legal Student!
The Legal Student was established in October this year, as a new national hub for news, opinion and digest on all things legal, written by legal students, for legal students.
It is our continuing aim to provide the most relevant content for busy legal students across the country, in concise articles and columns, covering the most important topics, every week.
With law firms and other employers expecting greater awareness not only of the commercial sphere but of global developments within the law and beyond, we aim to bridge the gap between textbooks and the real world.
If you think your voice could add to our mission, get in touch!
Please email email@example.com, and let us know your ideas. Whether you would like a regular weekly column (we have a number available), or to make one-off or more infrequent submissions, we're keen to hear from you!
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Cambridge University MedSoc Ball 2015
Cambridge University MedSoc Ball has announced their theme THE CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS - it promises to be a night to remember. Tickets sales going crazy so get yours now at medsocball.com!
Date: Saturday 24th January 2015
Venue: Cambridge Union
Check out the Facebook page www.facebook.com/cumedsocball2015
Ice and Fire, Amnesty UK Cambridge, CGHR and Cambridge STAR present: The Asylum Monologues.
Book your FREE ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cghr-asylum-monologues-tickets-14448677383
Asylum Monologues is a first-hand account of the UK?s asylum system in the words of people who have experienced it. Launched at Amnesty International in June 2006, it has been touring the UK ever since. The script is regularly updated with new testimonies.**No part of these testimonies has been fictionalised.**
Quote from the play:
?This waiting for the Home Office to decide, I always say that it is a diplomatic form of torture. They are not raping us, they are not burning us with cigarettes, but they are torturing us mentally, and that?s the worst.?
This event is a collaboration with:
*Amnesty UK Cambridge*
*Cambridge STAR (Student Action for Refugees)*
More about Ice and Fire: http://iceandfire.co.uk/
Summer School at Churchill College for students from Australia and Hong Kong
Looking for an interesting and rewarding summer job?
Cambridge English, English Literature and Science Programmes
For Students from Australia and Hong Kong
Dates: Sunday 2nd ? Saturday 15th August, 2015
Venue: Churchill College
We are looking for Undergraduates and Graduates to work as Mentors on our Programmes in the summer of 2015.
We offer an Academic English Programme, an English Literature Programme or a Science Programme for students
aged between 13 and 17. We now also offer a Junior Programme which incorporates English, History and Science
especially designed for 11-12 year old children just moving up to Middle School after the summer holidays.
These successful Programmes, which have been running for 10 years, are particularly suitable for boys and girls from
Australia, Hong Kong and Malaysia. There will be several foreign teachers accompanying the students from their
schools and some of their parents will join them at the end of the programme.
The main U.K. teachers on these Programmes are professionals drawn from schools in and around Cambridge. Each
day, the students are taught in formal lessons in the morning. Then the students will be divided into small groups
averaging about six per group and they will work with their Mentors in further sessions for the rest of the day.
Mentors will supervise the students? work which is set by their teachers in the mornings.
Mentors are required to live in College for the two weeks near the students.
We are particularly interested to hear from Undergraduates and Graduates reading English, History, Law, Medicine,
Natural Sciences or Engineering and who are talented in music, sport, drama, dancing and debating etc. Patience and
good communication skills are also necessary as Mentors also organise daily extra-curricular activities. .
Remuneration: £880 for the two weeks plus free accommodation and meals
Please visit our website and apply with your CV and cover letter (as attached documents) before Friday 20th
March 2015 by sending ONE email to:
Mrs Rebecca Clarke, Director: email@example.com
Dr Richard Kueh and Mrs Claire Kueh, Operations Directors at: Operations@cambridgeprogrammes.com
Successful applicants will require two references and a CRB check prior to appointment. Interviews will take
place in Churchill College on 25th and 26th April, 2015. If you miss the above deadline, do make sure you
email us to check if vacancies are still available.