The Symposium will be held in the McGrath Centre at St. Catharine's College, from 9:00?17:00, on Saturday, 27 February 2016. It is an interdisciplinary symposium that features research conducted by the College's graduates. Four Fellows of the College will deliver keynote addresses:
Dr. Joanne Harris, MBE (award-winning author of Chocolat);
Prof. Peter Barnes (Head of Respiratory Medicine, Imperial College London);
Dr. Gillian Carr (Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, University of Cambridge);
Graduate job opportunity with Titanium Tutors in Beijing
We have an exciting opportunity available for a teaching placement based in a school in Beijing for Chinese students who are aspiring to get into UK public schools.
Students attend classes after school in their building and have 1-to-1 tuition with high-flying UK graduates!
Tutors with experience in Science and Maths are particularly sought, as well as Business Studies and Psychology, and experience with UK public schools would be a bonus.
The salary will be between £4,500 an...
Chinese Summer Camp in Cambridge
Want to inspire Chinese teenagers over summer in Cambridge? Join us at Adventurous Education and lead our uniquely-Cambridge summer camps!
What can you get: 1. Generous scholarship to help you fund your accommodation and food. 2. Lifelong friendship with the students. You might potentially be the most inspiring teacher in their life! 3. An internship that truly stretches you to help you gain not only teaching skills, but also leadership and teamwork skills. 4. A good reason to stay in...
Jesus College Chapel Music Events
Cambridge University Opera Society: 'Short stories', Saturday 6th February, 8pm
Jesus College Music Society is delighted to be working in collaboration with CUOS to present an exciting and daring project: three new chamber operas by student composers, performed in fully-staged productions in the beautiful and atmospheric setting of Jesus Chapel.
Featuring Stephen Bick?s A Good Man is Hard to Find, Owain Park?s The Snow Child, and Bertie Baigent?s The Nightingale and the Rose, this...
Times Student Survey Interviewers
There are still positions available to be an interviewer for the Times Student survey. Earn up to £80, valuable CV points and a reference from High Fliers Research by completing short interviews with finalist students about their post-graduation plans.
Please message Jonty Moorby either on Facebook or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details or to apply for the role.