Recent Organisational Psychology graduate Martin Greaves has won first prize in the Division of Occupational Psychology student awards Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2010
A leading international consultancy is looking for a Data Analyst to provide data management support and analytical infrastructure to the business.
Journalism alumna, Samira Ahmed writes in today’s Guardian about her fascination with the author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Wilder’s semi-autobiographical novels were the basis for the TV series Little House on Prairie. You can read the article if full on the Guardian Website. Continue reading
Traineeships at the European Commission – Administrative in- service training periods
The Commission organises twice a year in-service training periods lasting between three and five months for young university graduates.
Free To Learn Ltd is a Welfare to Work Training and Recruiting organisation, working closely together with Public and Private Organisations with the aim in helping reduce the effect of unemployment.
We are sad to be bidding a very fond farewell to one of our longest serving members of staff in the Alumni Relations Office at City.
Last month two City alumni, Jim Keat and Nev Lees, from the class of 1944, came back to visit their old haunts at Northampton Square. Continue reading
A round-up of other forthcoming events taking place across the rest of the University and details on how to register. Continue reading
Here in the City Alumni Relations office, we were very interested to read a blog discussing the perceptions of donating to universities versus other charitable organisations as posted by Adrian Salmon.
On Tuesday 18th January City will host an alumni reception in Manchester followed by another in Birmingham the next day, Wednesday 19th January 2011.