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Improve your International students' chances of UK application success
Whilst an attractive proposition for International students, the new 2-year Graduate (PSW) visa is effectively redundant for UK employers looking to recruit onto permanent grad schemes (jobs)/ structured internships.

Now, for the first time - careers staff have the ability to support International students identify the most International ‘student-friendly’ employers in the UK to maximise their chances of application success.

eCareersGrad’s new course - ‘International students: Target the right employer’ course features searchable sector listings of employers based on the ACTUAL number of ‘Skilled Worker/ Tier 2’ visas issued in the last 3 years. For example: PwC (ranked 1) –520+ Internationals | Accenture – 260 |The Hut Group – 185 | Credit Suisse – 31 | China Telecom – 25 | GSK – 12 | | Spotify – just 2

Find out more about how this data can be used to inform application strategies and hear from International students talking about their experiences of job/ internship hunting and the advice they have for success.

In addition, learn how to improve your students’ Interview & Commercial Case performance with eCareersGrad’s ‘Interview Success’. This course features 11 grad-level interview candidates role-playing 60+ video-based example answers (with dual recruiter commentary) showcasing what good looks like (and doesn’t) for motivation, competency, strength and commercial awareness questions for sectors including banking & finance, consulting, technology, marketing, policy and more.

eCareersGrad courses are available on a free, no-obligation Summer 22 trial for your university staff/ students set up in less than 24 hours with no GDPR implications/ IT support required.

More than 30+ UK & European Universities & Business Schools as diverse as Warwick, LSE, Liverpool and Edinburgh to SOAS, Brunel & Birmingham City make our courses available to students - Find out why.

Dates: All at 1pm for 40 minutes - Mon 27/ Tue 28/ Wed 29 June & Tue 5/ Wed 6/ Fri 8 July
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