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Evening Santander LinkedIn Workshop

University of Westminster - Student and Graduate Talent

Monday, 10 November 2014 from 17:30 to 18:30 (GMT)

Evening Santander LinkedIn Workshop

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  "Starting out on your career journey can be a daunting process. Fortunately help is at hand in the form of our Santander Insight sessions. What are the myths and the realities of the banking world? How can you use social media to enhance your career potential? What are the differences between corporate and retail banking? We?ll answer all these questions and more in a series of engaging, interesting and informative presentations. There?ll be plenty of discussions to join in too.

Our sessions are designed to surprise and delight you. Santander is not just a career destination for students of Business and Finance. We have a whole range of exciting programmes and opportunities for people from all degree disciplines who have the passion and motivation to go far.

Our next session is called, making the most of LinkedIn! And is packed full of insights into how to create an outstanding professional profile, and strategic tips on how build an engaging professional network.


   Join us on Monday 10th November at 5:30pm, at MG28, Marylebone Campus.

Do you have questions about Evening Santander LinkedIn Workshop? Contact University of Westminster - Student and Graduate Talent

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University of Westminster, MG28
35 Marylebone Road

United Kingdom

Monday, 10 November 2014 from 17:30 to 18:30 (GMT)

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University of Westminster - Student and Graduate Talent

The University of Westminster is home to over 20,000 students from 155 nations. They are one of the most diverse, multicultural student bodies in the world, able to bring individual skills and talents to your business.

As students at the University, they are gaining real-world experience as part of their academic studies – they are not learning purely for learning’s sake. Their courses are informed and often taught by professionals as well as academics.

Many will have already taken part in internships or work placements. As well as pursuing academic studies, there are more than 100 clubs and societies where students can develop a variety of soft skills including leadership, communication and time management – skills that all employers value and look for in today’s graduates.

In addition, students can learn subjects like communication and body language, mindfulness and business etiquette, as well as taking advantage of free IT training and the University’s open language programme to enhance their employability.

Our dedicated, collaborative, flexible and friendly team is here to help you find the right student and graduate talent for your recruitment needs.

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