British law schools are recognised around the world for the quality of their teaching. Three of the top ten schools in the world are in the UK and there are hundreds of exceptional courses around the country, which all draw on the UK’s unique legal heritage and diverse expertise. Whether your particular interest is criminal law, corporate law or another area, join this webinar to find out more about modules, specialisations and the exceptional range of career options a UK degree can offer you.
Masters of Laws (LLM) is a postgraduate course designed for law graduates and practising lawyers to specialise in a particular area such as tax, environmental or employment law. An LLM qualification from the UK will provide you with a competitive edge in a crowded job market, and also offer the opportunity for a change in direction or professional advancement for those currently employed. In this session, you will find more about the UK courses and the opportunities UK LLM degrees can offer you for an amazing legal career.
Psychology is one of the most popular subjects to study and 72% of UK graduates go directly into employment. With both arts and science-based psychology degrees available you can specialise your learning and focus on the fields that fascinate you for the best possible career path. A degree in psychology offers not only a pathway to becoming a psychologist, but also the knowledge and skills that you can apply in a wide range of careers. Join this webinar to learn from the experts about degrees courses, skills and careers.
One in four world leaders have studied in the UK. The UK is also home to three of the world’s best universities for Political Science and to some of the greatest minds and courses in Development Studies and International Relations anywhere in the world. Join this webinar to gain a global perspective on the history and future of Political Science in the UK and the skills you will acquire to step into a career on the world stage.
International Recruitment Manager at University of Sheffield
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam studied History at Cambridge and has worked there since graduating in 2014. His first outreach position involved liaising with schools across the UK on behalf of his College, Corpus Christi. He then moved to the central Cambridge Admissions Office to deliver the University Open Days, before transferring to the International Student Recruitment team in 2018. Sam is now responsible for engaging with students, parents, counsellors and schools from across Europe.
Senior International Officer at University of Essex
Carolina Jiménez, Head of Education, British Council Spain
Carolina is head of the Education at the British Council since 2012. Before that she managed the Science and Society Team for nearly 10 years and worked in stock market and manufacturing. Graduated as a maths teacher and has a master in school management (Open University) and internet systems (Complutense). e-mail: Carolina.email@example.com
International Recruitment Officer at University of Wolverhampton
Politics or Political Science is a field which studies the organisations and functions of government systems and political structures. Students at postgraduate level specialise in the administrative, legislative and social factors that impact these systems and individuals within society. The UK offers a wide range of programmes relating to international relations & affairs, security conflict and social justice, social policies, peace & development and many more. Join this session to find out more about the courses and the career paths open to you with a UK postgraduate qualification in Politics.
Sociology helps us to understand ourselves, our relationships, and the challenges we face in a changing world. The UK's excellent teaching and a culture of dynamic research will give you the skills to be a sought-after graduate by employers in many sectors. You will become skilled in social research methods to better understand aspects of society: observation, interviews, large-scale surveys and analysing the content of documents and videos. Graduates work in journalism, management, marketing and advertising, local and national government, social research institutions, teaching, health services, social work, charitable organisations, human resources, market research and university and college lecturing. Discover what your life as a student of Sociology in the UK will be like!
Media and culture in a contemporary context requires a critical perspective. What is the role that media, cultural and creative processes play in shaping today’s world? You will explore the technologies, practices and policies that drive modern media communications and develop innovative thinking, creativity and enterprise skills. Truly independent media is looking for brave talented specialists. The UK hosts some of the top world universities for media and communications, join this session to find out the reason for their success.
Deputy head of the Media Production Department at Bournemouth University
Regional Manager at Bournemouth University
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
Dai Evans is Regional Manager for Europe at Cardiff University, leading on institutional marketing and engagement. Dai has held a number of recruitment, marketing and admissions roles across the UK higher education sector beginning his career in the International Office at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Dai is an LLB Law and French graduate, an avid singer and guitarist, and a Japanese speaker.
Sarah Lebrecht, Student Recruitment Manager, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Sarah Lebrecht is a Student Recruitment Manager at UAL, looking after Europe, East Asia and Canada. She has worked for UAL for over four years advising students on applying to UAL’s different colleges and art and design courses, including how to put together a portfolio.
The UK is among the top three destinations worldwide for studies in Hospitality, Leisure, and Tourism. Whichever strand you pursue, you’ll need a similar set of skills to stand out. Once you graduate, you’ll be fully equipped with commercial and business skills, customer service, rapid thinking, working in high-pressure environments, and superb communication skills. Discover how a UK degree in Hospitality, Leisure, and Tourism will give you the grounding to work in an international environment in a variety of sectors and make you an attractive candidate for employers worldwide.
Programme leader for BA(Hons) International Tourism and Events Management course at Glasgow Caledonian University
Dr Diana Clayton
Subject coordinator for Oxford Brookes UG Hospitality programmes at Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry, Global Recruitment Officer, Oxford Brookes University
Lucy Hendry is a Global Recruitment Officer at Oxford Brookes University with a background in modern languages (BA hons French and Italian, University of Exeter). Lucy has worked in the international education sector for over 7 years, including teaching in Italy, work in the English language sector, international admissions and recruitment. She has been working in the global recruitment team at Oxford Brookes since 2018, taking responsibility for Europe and Turkey.
Senior Lecturer in Management at Bangor University
International Office at Bangor University
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