We are sure that you had a well-deserved rest during your vacation time. It's back to university for the second semester, and this week's 5Fourteen tells you all about the most important career-related information you need to know.
Ever wondered how to make the most of a careers expo? The Careers Service is here to show you these handy tips.
Careers Expos give students a unique opportunity to engage with some of the top local and global organisations looking to hire potential graduates.
UCT Careers Service scooped two South African Graduate Employers Association awards recently: one for Best Careers Service and another for Best Careers Fair.
It's vac time - hurrah! And even though you need a well-deserved break after exams, you can still spend some time planning the career of your dreams. And the Careers Service is here to help.
UCT Careers Services was awarded with a solid vote of confidence from its students in the first globally benchmarked Universum survey with participating Careers Services across the world. The surveys have always been reported, but benchmarked regionally.
UCT Careers Service would like to congratulate all those students who are graduating in June 2016! Well done, and we are happy that all your hard work has finally paid off. We are dedicating this 5Fourteen to you, so that you know the 5 most important career-related steps you need to take once you graduate...
This week UCT Careers Service launches our brand new Careers Service Guide 2016 so grab your copy before you go on vac. You also stand a chance to win a brand new tablet when you take part in our guide survey, so don't miss out!
Law/Law NGO Expo takes place on 10 May 2016 and showcased opportunities available in the civil and not-for-profit legal sectors.
This week 5Fourteen focuses on how you can nominate an outstanding teacher for the Stella Clark Teachers' Award, tell you more about our careers expos and a cool science entrepreneurship challenge!
Six UCT students scooped the title of FLUX 2016 Winners and a R12 000 cash prize in the entrepreneurship game on campus.