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.
Welcome to the latest edition of 5Fourteen. This week we focus on future careers expos, our spot in the library and company presentations and showcases on campus. Don’t miss out!
Welcome to a special edition of 5Fourteen where we focus on UCT's Careers Café taking place on 13 April 2016. These informal panel discussions give you a chance to hear the career stories of professionals in specific industries. Here are the five top things you need to know about the event and why you should sign up right now.
Welcome to the recent edition of 5Fourteen where you hear the latest news about business games, how to become part of the student start-up nation, and which companies you can meet on campus.
Welcome to the first edition of 5Fourteen for 2016. For all the newbies, this e-newsletter is published by the UCT Careers Service and covers five of the most important career-related topics you need to know over the next two weeks. For those of you who missed us – we’re back!
Careers Service scoops one of three accolades at the South African Graduate Employers Association (Sagea) awards ceremony held in November 2015.
UCT Careers Service and the Graduate School of Business engage with UCT alumni while doing their bit for charity.
Discussion Forum: 16h30 - 20h00, Snape TS3C
Careers in Risk Management: Evening Panel Discussion and Industry Q&A
All UCT students welcome.
UCT Humanities students mingle with Investec Top Executives who seek to recruit top talent from the university.