Hope you’ve been having a great summer! How time flies – yet another year has passed us by! Please fill in our annual WiB Year in Review survey as our society takes stock of the past academic year and prepare for the upcoming 2016-2017 academic year ahead!
By entering this survey, you automatically enter into our highly coveted prize draw. The prize is a 1 on 1 paid-for lunch with one of our sponsors from the winner’s preferred industry. Good luck !
We are proud to announce our second Women of the Week: Katie Chin.
Katie is a 3rd year student in the Law LLB program who hails from Hong Kong.
She has been extensively involved on campus having held the positions of Editor-in-Chief of LSE’s Law Review and the logistics officer for the annual LSE’s Emerging Markets Forum. This year, she is currently President of the Law Society.
She has demonstrated her passion for volunteering in numerous ways. During her first year at LSE, she volunteered regularly as an employment caseworker at a refugee centre while contributing research to a study on human trafficking for the Wonder Foundation. Given her adventurous personality, she has done an abseil off the Senate House Library’s roof to fundraise money for a charity helping the homeless. She has also personally raised £2300 as part of her Mt Kilimanjaro charity climb for Dig Deep charity. When asked about her numerous volunteering experiences and future endeavours, Katie responded ‘I’m excited to have more time to pursue volunteering from a more legal perspective during my gap year before my training contract at a law firm’
Finally, when asked why leadership is important to her during this interview, Katie said, ‘Leadership can be scary because you feel like you’re under a magnifying glass but I am a firm believer that if you are passionate for your team and what you want to achieve you can always push past whatever limitations you see in yourself. I think three words can describe my experience in leadership: terrifying, but also amusing and fulfilling. Terrifying because I always panicked that I wouldn’t be able to meet my own expectations. Amusing because it can feel like a double-life: staying organized for my team and the Law Department whilst secretly panicking that I will singlehandedly bring down a student society of 600 law students! And finally fulfilling because leading groups gave me the opportunity to make a real difference in the areas I really care about. This included making the Law Society’s events more charitable and diversified or founding the LSE Law Review from scratch with the help of an amazing team. That’s why being a leader has been important for me.’
Click here to nominate someone who has inspired you.
We’re committed to diversity at BP.
Different people from different backgrounds give us the unique experiences and perspectives we need as a global business, so we recruit from the widesttalent pool. We recognise the need to actively create an open and supportive working culture where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees feel confident being themselves.
Join us for a unique careers event between 1pm – 7pm on Thursday, 26th November at our London offices. Event open to students in their 1st, 2nd or penultimate year.
Please register your interest by emailing your CV and up to 150 words on why you think diversity is important to the success of an organisation to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Thursday, 19th November. Travel allowance provided.
Accenture would like to offer you the opportunity to apply to our 2016 Consulting Summer Vacation Scheme.
About Accenture’s Consulting Summer Vacation Scheme:
If you are interested in a career at Accenture, have a passion for business and technology, and are looking for a summer internship (July-August 2016), we want to hear from you.
On our Summer Vacation Scheme, you can expect to be immersed in live project work. Intense and rewarding, the scheme allows you to make your mark on a vast global business, whilst forming connections with exceptional people on every level. The aim is to give you an insight into what life is like at the sharp end of business and technology evolution, so by the end of the 8 weeks, you come away with some valuable skills – and hopefully an offer to join us when you graduate.
How to apply:
To find out more about this role and apply, please follow the link below:
Once we have received your application and you have completed the Situational Judgement Test, if you meet our criteria we will send you a link to complete a short video interview. You will have 3 working days to complete the interview (this can be done at a time and place that is convenient for you).
NB. To be eligible for our Summer Vacation Scheme you must have 340 UCAS points at A-level or equivalent, be predicted a 2:1 or higher in your degree, and be in your penultimate year of undergraduate study.
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Graduate Recruitment Team
Draw on all of your experiences and bring the whole you to J.P. Morgan in Asia.
Living overseas has provided you with a unique set of skills. Start your career in Asia and go further by working with small teams on a broad range of businesses.
We offer career opportunities in various countries throughout the Asia Pacific region, including Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.
Wherever you want to go, and whatever you want to achieve, we’ll help you get there.
Upcoming application deadlines
– Nov 8, 2015: Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, Investor Services, Treasury Services (Summer internship)
– Nov 29, 2015: Sales & Trading and Equity Research (Summer internship)
– Dec 31, 2015: Global Wealth Management (Full-time)
– Jan 10, 2016: Global Wealth Management (Summer internship)
We’re looking forward to hearing from you,
The J.P. Morgan Campus Recruitment Team
Start your journey in Asia. jpmorgan.com/careers
Our IST Internship Discovery Day is designed for students in their first or second year of University.
Join us for half a day at our Canary Wharf office and you’ll gain valuable, real-world experiences.
You will learn about IST’s strategy, the exciting challenges we face, meet our graduates, hear about the different work streams, walk the trading floor and play our exciting Commodities Trading Game.
We’re looking for 1st & 2nd year students from a range of disciplines to attend our offices on Friday 6th November, from 12pm to 5pm.
Please apply for a place, using the link below. Places will be on a first-come first-serve basis. Sign up quickly if you want to be involved in this exciting opportunity!
Are you keen to apply to management consulting? Already have an interview round coming up or want to prepare for case studies in general? Then this workshop is for you.
Join the LSESU Women in Business Society in an interactive case study workshop hosted by CaseInsiders to learn what it takes to ace any case study. Founded by three LSE students who hold job offers at McKinsey and BCG, CaseInsiders specializes in preparing students to break into management consulting.
Having successfully completed hundreds of case studies, Florian, Maxime and Srecko from CaseInsiders will run through an interactive case study and teach some of their insider-tips on how to succeed in case interviews. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A and networking afterwards.
Below are the Details of the CaseInsiders Case Study Workshop:
Date: Monday, 9th November 2015
Time: 16:30 – 18:30
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To find out more about CaseInsiders and what they offer, please visit www.caseinsiders.com.
Location: 1 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf
Date: 2 November 2015 (6-8pm)
The world of finance can change a lot in a day. So can your prospects.
Every second of the day, the financial world shifts and changes, influenced by any number of economic, social, political or even environmental factors. Its reputation for pace and excitement is well founded – but what does it feel like to actually work there, and what do you need to succeed?
Our spotlight event on 2 November will help you understand this through round table discussions and networking with our Female Analysts within Banking. They will be provide you with the opportunity to understand their roles and banking in more detail, clients they work with and what it’s like working in one of the world’s leading banks. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions, network and meet senior leaders within our Banking business.
This is anything but a traditional event. We’ll bring the different roles to life through personal anecdotes and top-level insight from senior leaders who’ll show you how Barclays’ momentum in Banking can enhance your career.
We’ll also help you understand how your own skills and strengths can fit in – simply bring along your CV.
6:00-6:15pm Introduction from FADC
6:15-7:15pm Roundtable conversations/Q&A with female analyst/AVPs in banking
To register your interest please email: Barclays_FrontOfficeCampusEvents@barclayscapital.com, with Barclays Spotlight: Females in Banking in the subject and we will confirm your attendance.