News for international students – November 2016

flagglobeWhether you want to work in the UK during or after your studies or are looking for a job to start when you return home, we can help you achieve your goals. 

1. Graduate jobs and internships in China – apply now through the Lockin China website. Employers in China have received over 2,000 applications from York students. The application portal will remain active until early December so check out what’s available and get your application in as soon as possible.


Lockin China 携手 600家企业


面向 约克地区 中国学生的






来到Lockin China 海归专属招聘季

查看N多海归专属职位吧  Contact:  T: 86 10 5208 8549

2. Connect with graduates in China

Read about the experiences of Chinese students who have returned home after graduation to start their career in China – and connect with them to support your future job search and career. Our York Profiles and Mentors database allows you to ask questions and get advice. You may even be able to ask a Chinese graduate to be your career mentor.

3. Working in the UK for all international students

If you want to stay in the UK after your studies read our blogs about the UK job market.  The first three parts of this series have been published:

Part 4 of the series which deals with one of the most important issues – immigration and visas will be published later this week. Sign up to have the latest blog delivered straight to your inbox each week – just submit your email address in the box at the bottom of the page.

4. Tier 5 Toolkit – for graduate internship work in the UK

If you are not looking for a long term graduate level job, but would be interested in getting some work experience in the UK at the end of your course, our Tier 5 Toolkit will help. It gives a step-by-step approach to understanding this visa option and finding suitable opportunities.

5.  How we can help

If you have any questions about any of these issues please come and talk to us. The Information Team is available each weekday (except Tuesday) between 11.00am and 1.00pm in the Careers building, next to Central Car Park.  You do not need to book an appointment you can just drop in for an informal chat. You can come by yourself, with a friend or with a small group if you are all interested in asking about the same topic.



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