Fancy obtaining a legal qualification while continuing with your current job? Or have you already obtained an approved law degree?
King’s Inns are hosting an open evening on Tuesday 11th March 2014 from 5:30pm-7:30pm.
Why not attend to find out about their diploma in legal studies or their other part-time law courses?
See www.kingsinns.ie for further details.
The Deloitte Top Technology Talent Competition, now in its fourth year, seeks innovative ideas from college students at all levels across Ireland on how technology can solve a business problem, create a business opportunity or enhance an existing service offering.
The top submissions will be invited to attend a ‘development day’ hosted in the Deloitte Academy on Thursday 20 March 2014. This is a unique opportunity for students to receive training and lectures from external speakers along with senior Deloitte management. At the end of this day candidates will present a five minute elevator pitch on their idea. On Thursday 27 March a shortlist will present their ideas to our panel of judges to determine the overall winner.
Prizes to suit you
The winner will get to choose from one of the following prizes:
- €1,000 cash or
- 4 weeks’ paid work experience at Deloitte.
The prize for the top entry as judged at our final event will enable the winner to further develop their idea, or to gain valuable technology and business experience with Deloitte.
The closing date for this opportunity is midnight 12th March 2014.
See http://www.deloitte.com/ie/toptech for further details.
As Google’s Co-Founder Larry Page once said “We’re at maybe 1% of what is possible (…) We should be focusing on building the things that don’t exist.” This attitude is what led Google to create some of our greatest innovations in recent years like the self-driving car, Google Glass and the wonders of Project Loon!
Are you excited by the prospect of “building things that don’t exist”? YouTube would like to invite university students, aspiring social and technical innovators to gain some hands-on experience in creating a technical product and discover if their ideas can help change the world!
Not only that, but we have a tonne of prizes up for grabs including Acer C7 Chromebooks and limited edition YouTube swag!
Date: 6th March 2014
Time: 9.30am – 6.00pm
Location: Google EMEA Headquarters, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4
Who is eligible to apply? This event is open to ALL students, from all academic backgrounds
During the event, we will host a presentation on innovation and some of the issues surrounding online safety as well as a number of workshops by Europe’s youngest app developer Jordan Casey, BeLonG To and SpunOut.ie. The event will be designed to help encourage young innovators to network, build their own strategy, work with mentors and set the groundwork for the creation of a realistic chrome application with a view to pitch their idea to a panel of experts. The panel will decide on the application or extension that best serves the need to create a safer online experience, is the most feasible and appealing to a user. The winning group will be presented with an Acer C7 Chromebook for each team member and all participants will be able to pick up some coveted limited edition YouTube swag!
The aim of the event is to create an active community using social networks, where the participants will produce applications/extensions with a positive impact on the online world.
The YouTube Safety Lab will foster innovation in chrome development and encourage others to work on a new platform, learn a new programming language, or just to try something different.
How to apply?
Please complete this form in full by the 28th of February: https://services.google.com/fb/forms/safety/
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
SAP would like to invite all third level students to join us for an exciting competition at our award winning AppHaus in Citywest. The Dublin AppHaus is home to SAP’s Dublin Development team and this is your chance to be mentored by our experts at our inaugural Student InnoJam.
An SAP InnoJam is a hands-on experience, on SAP’s coolest and newest innovative technologies with on-site SAPdomain experts: learn about SAP technologies, collaborate and compete against other students to
“Build an exciting transport related app for Dublin that provides beautiful visualisations of insightful analytics on big data. “
Join us for an amazing fun filled night where you’ll engage and explore technology, ideas and all aspects of design and development. A mix of perspectives, ideas and thoughts come together in an exciting way with a common goal to create!
An event for women considering a career in banking and technology. Please note, this is event is now open to female 4th year and postgraduate students as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd years.
The GRADchances Language Fair is on Wednesday 26th February from 12-4pm in the RDS.
This is the first ‘Careers with Languages’ Fair to be held in Ireland and will be attended by some of the most significant graduate employers in the country.
Many companies are looking to recruit graduates with strong language skills across a wide range of disciplines. The rise in FDI and the influx of MNCs (multi-national companies) using Ireland as their gateway to Europe, the Middle East and Asia (and beyond), combined with the requirement for indigenous Irish companies to succeed in an international business environment has put a focus on language skills like never before. There are a massive range of career paths open for graduates of all disciplines who have fluency in one or more languages – both English-speakers with a strong second (or more) language, and non-nationals with fluency in English.
This event will bring students, graduates and employers together to explore the wide range of career opportunities that are available for multi-linguists. These include internships, graduate schemes and immediate roles, so if you are a student or recent graduate interested in finding out how your language skills can open up fabulous careers for you both in Ireland and abroad, make sure you don’t miss the GRADchances Languages Fair.
This event is open to students from all disciplines, and is attended by employers looking to recruit from all degree subjects.
What to expect at the fair
- gradireland jobs wall with live graduate jobs
- A range of FREE careers seminars
- Network with leading graduate employers and find out about the types of roles they are actively recruiting for
- Careers include employers looking for engineers, marketing roles, technicians, project managers, business developers, technologists, consultants and future business leaders…
Register now for FREE entry.
Internship and voluntary work is a crucial and valuable experience for students across all academic disciplines. It is also the one of the best ways to get into a company for the long term permanent position. Now in its fourth year, the UCD Internship & Volunteering Fair matches organisations with UCD students. Whether you want to work as an intern for a large professional financial firm or try voluntary work abroad, you’ll find something here for you.
This year’s fair took place on 11th February 2014 in Astra Hall.
If you missed it, you can read the fair booklet online to see was there and find out more about their opportunities.
The Education Careers Fair is designed for current and past PDE students and others interested in teaching as a career.
This year’s fair took place on 11th February 2014 in Astra Hall. If you missed it, you can read the fair booklet online to see was there and find out more about their opportunities.
If you’re considering postgraduate study, make sure you get along to the postgradireland Further Study Fair 2014 – on Wednesday 12th February in the RDS, Dublin from 12-4.30pm.
At the fair you’ll find 1,000’s of postgraduate courses; information and advice on personal statements, funding, conversion courses and more.
The event is FREE to anyone who pre-registers at www.gradireland.com/postgradfair, or you can pay €5 on the door.
Want to challenge yourself? Want to know if you are the brightest in your class? The brightest in your college? The brightest student in Ireland? Well now is your chance. Not only will you be in with the opportunity of winning up to €1,000, you could also be crowned Ireland’s brightest student, not a bad addition to your CV!
The gradireland National Student Challenge gives you the chance to see how you compare to students from across Ireland’s top Universities. It’s free to enter, is online and will only take 40 minutes of your time.
Ciara Browne from UCD came 3rd in last year’s Challenge. Let’s see if UCD can do even better this year! Take the challenge now.
The online element of the Challenge runs until February 2014. At that point the Top 60 students on the leaderboard will be invited to take part in the Final Day Event. There they will be put through six physical and mental Challenges set by employer partners which will determine the winner of the Challenge.