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Taiwo Abiola, a BA Modern Languages 2022 graduate who took part in the 10K Black Interns programme.
Talk Twenties - Gaby Mendes
Talk Twenties was created during the global pandemic by Gaby Mendes (Education 2016) with a podcast offering listeners advice about the highs and lows of life in your twenties.
Tamar Hope Smith case study
Tamar is working as an Online Enabler for the Lichfield Diocese in the Church of England and studied BA Eng Literature and Philosophy in 2017.
TARGETjobs Virtual Careers Fair & more events
Register for the Virtual Careers Fair on Thursday 7 October and more upcoming sector-based events!
Story from Taron Nijjar, an Associate Management Consultant at PwC. Taron completed an MSc by Research - School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences and graduated in 2021.
To be employed as a teacher in state maintained schools (excluding academies) you will need to gain QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) through a period of initial teacher training (ITT) and a period of induction as a newly qualified teacher (NQT).
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Teaching and education sector
Find out all about a career in teaching, whether you are just interested in exploring the area, thinking about planning your career, or you are ready to apply for jobs. This page has information and resources to get you started.
Team Norse Thunder
Team Norse Thunder was created in 2016 by University of Birmingham graduate David Scotford. It is a social enterprise that uses esports and games as a way to bring people together.
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