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Careers and employability support at UK universities
WEBINAR

Careers and employability support at UK universities

It will be an exciting feeling to graduate from your UK degree course, ready to apply what you’ve learned and to start a new career. But you may want some advice and guidance, to make sure you’re doing things in the right way. Join this webinar to find out how university career services will help you from work placements and internships to postgraduate courses, and to discover the best possible opportunities.

Careers and employability support at UK universities
Speakers
Emma Burgess, International Officer, University of Essex
Emma Burgess, International Officer, University of Essex
Emma joined the University of Essex in 2019 and works in the international recruitment team. As one of the country leads for North America and Non-EU Europe, Emma is the first point of contact for undergraduate and postgraduate enquiries from students in these markets. As well as attending fairs, delivering talks for students, parents and teachers – in-person and/or virtually, Emma also provides specialist advice to prospective students and their families on a range of topics relating to applying and studying at university through to student life and what to expect as an international student studying in the UK/at Essex. The University of Essex is a truly international university with over 140 nationalities represented on our Colchester campus and this is easily Emma’s favourite thing about Essex.
Emma Spittles, International Officer, University of Kent
Emma Spittles, International Officer, University of Kent
Emma joined the International Recruitment team at the University of Kent in March 2020 and her current regional portfolio includes Turkey, Russia, Central Asia and South Asia. She has over eight years’ experience working in student recruitment and supporting international students to study in the UK. Her roles have included student recruitment and promotion and management of scholarship programmes. She has experience of working in many different regions including South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.
Leo Cutting, Senior International Officer for Central and South Asia, The University of Sussex.
Leo Cutting, Senior International Officer for Central and South Asia, The University of Sussex.
Leo Cutting is Senior International Officer for Central and South Asia at the University of Sussex and has been with the university for over six years. Leo holds an LLB in Law from the University of East Anglia, an LLM in Public International Law from the University of Leiden and has more recently completed an MBA from the University of Sussex.
Tuesday October 26