Meet the Employability Ambassador Team 2018-2019
Want to make yourself more employable? Well, we are here to help!
As employability ambassadors, we are keen to assist School of Biomedical Sciences students like you in their career development and to help prepare you for life after university. Whether you want advice on placements, work experience, mentoring or just need some guidance on how to structure your CV, please let us know.
Keep an eye on Blackboard community and your emails for our upcoming events!
Check out the careers service events page for what workshops the careers service have coming up including CV writing, interview practice, assessment centres, recruitment fairs, journalism, starting your own business, careers fairs and lots more! Continue reading “Meet the Employability Ambassadors”
By Dr Helen Mason and Dr Anthony Watson, Teaching Fellows for the Food and Nutrition Degree Programmes.
Being a Food and Human Nutrition student at Newcastle University comes with some brilliant opportunities. This November, our final year students attended Food Matters Live, an industry leading food and nutrition conference held in the ExCel arena in London. This gathering of world experts, food innovators and the brightest academic minds creates a unrivaled opportunity for our students to network and share ideas with like-minded people within the UK and from beyond. Continue reading “Food Matters Live, London – Stage 3 Nutrition Students Annual Conference Trip”
It’s a BMS3016 Science Communication Takeover! This time, Stage 3 Biomedical Sciences student and BMS3016 Science Communication module alumnus Willow Hight-Warburton is investigating the truth behind old wives’ tales!
It’s that time of year again – fresher’s flu has descended and we’re all feeling a little under the weather. As a result, I’ve decided to investigate the science behind some of our favourite home remedies.
Continue reading “BMS3016 TakeOver // Old wives’ tales to cure your cold”