June 19, 2017
Following its successful launch in 2016, HarperCollins UK has today announced that it is once again running its BAME traineeship programme, aimed at black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals who might not otherwise have thought about publishing as a potential career.
The traineeships were created to help tackle BAME underrepresentation within the business and the wider industry, and were launched with the support of Business in the Community’s race campaign, of which HarperCollins UK is a member, and the Publishers Association. To make sure the company can draw on the widest pool of potential BAME talent, this year the programme has been opened up to non-graduates.
June 15, 2017
Following a highly successful Graduate programme over the last three years, the University has a number of exciting opportunities available to students graduating from undergraduate and post graduate studies (and those recently qualified). Qualifications must be those awarded by the University of South Wales. Applications will be accepted also from recent alumni.
Placements will be for up to 8 months working on a project that will stimulate and challenge individuals.
June 14, 2017
Here is an exciting opportunity to investigate how Big Data Analytics can be applied in the National Health Service. The research has the potential to not only enable the successful candidate to learn new skills but also for them to make a significant difference to the way in which data is used to benefit all those that make use of the National Health Service.
This is a funded MRes, including a generous stipend and tuition fees, with well-resourced circumstances for a successful scholarship.
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