Graduates

30th November 2018

Deloitte academy recruiting 50 graduates

Deloitte, the business advisory firm, is recruiting 50 new graduate jobs for its academy aimed at technology consulting skills. Supported by the Department for the Economy, the programme gives graduates the opportunity to develop skills to support clients within Deloitte’s most in-demand areas including software engineering, data analytics, Dev Ops and software testing. Participants will...

3rd August 2018

How to… explore graduate work opportunities

If you’ve recently graduated and aren’t having much luck securing employment then don’t panic. There are plenty of career opportunities out there for students willing to display some initiative and imagination. Join a small business Thanks to the massive campus marketing efforts of the major graduate recruiters, it’s easy to forget smaller employers. They may...

9th July 2018

Graduated – what next?

As most final year students are getting ready to wave goodbye to university, having finished final exams and submitted dissertations, thoughts turn to the next step. Should they shun responsibility for another year and go travelling? Or is it best to knuckle down and take that first step on the career ladder? Con Lam from...

8th February 2017

Double win for hospitality graduates

TWO graduates from the Ulster University are celebrating success after winning double awards each at the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management Awards. Sandra Wojcik won the Hastings Hotels Award for Excellence in Irish Hospitality and the Da Vinci Cup while Coleraine graduate Natasha McClelland, who previously attended Northern Regional College, took the Consumer Council...

17th February 2016

Achieving Your Career Goals

WHETHER you are looking to move up in your current company or wanting to make a career change, there are a few hints and tips you can follow to make sure you do not get overlooked. PUT YOURSELF IN LINE FOR A PROMOTION Make your commitment to the company clear and express an interest in...

7th December 2015

Students graduate with skills to be IT security experts

TWELVE students of the WhiteHat Security IT Training Academy have received their graduation certificates from the Department for Employment and Learning (DEL). The five week IT Academy, delivered through DEL’s Assured Skills initiative, trained the students in specialist IT skills identified by WhiteHat Security for specialist Dynamic Application Security Assessment (DAST) roles within the company....

25th November 2015

New Graduates Set To Undertake Training Modules and Work Placements with Moy Park

NINETEEN new graduates are set to undertake a series of training modules and work placements with Moy Park. The company’s Graduate Development Programme for 2015/16 was launched at an event in Newcastle’s Burrendale Hotel, where graduates were welcomed to the company by Moy Park Chief Executive Janet McCollum and heard from Moy Park’s HR Director...

5th October 2015

New PwC Academy Graduates Take a Bow

SIXTEEN graduates have successfully completed the second PwC Data Analytics Academy. The academy provides graduates with the skills and experience required to take up opportunities in PwC’s new and rapidly growing Data Analytics team. Designed by the Department for Employment and Learning (DEL), PwC and Belfast Metropolitan College (Belfast Met) under the Assured Skills initiative,...

22nd September 2015

Exceptional students win tuition fees

FIVE Northern Ireland students will have their tuition fees paid for the duration of their undergraduate degree thanks to Queen’s University, Belfast.  This is the third year of the Queen’s Scholar scheme in which each school or college across Northern Ireland was asked to nominate pupils who could demonstrate exceptional achievements outside academic life, whether in sport, music and the arts, business and enterprise or through community work, with a...

21st September 2015

Jackson family thrilled with degrees

A HUSBAND and wife who both returned to study have graduated from South Eastern Regional College (SERC). Nigel Jackson, 55, and his wife, Marion, 48, from Lisburn attended evening classes at SERC to study for the Liverpool John Moore’s BA honours Business Studies degree. The couple had to juggle studying at SERC with work and...

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