The essential event for students, graduates and professionals looking for postgraduate study advice and funding opportunities. This is a FREE event where you can meet representatives from universities across the UK and find out more about their full time, part time and distance learning postgraduate courses, as well as available funding opportunities. There are also seminar sessions on funding, applications and life as a postgraduate student. And, you can book in to have your CV checked to ensure it supports your PG application and your ongoing career progression. For more information go to: http://www.targetjobsevents.co.uk
Hosted by: GTI Media
The UK’s Biggest Gaming Festival returns for its 53rd outing, providing a weekend-long celebration of gaming. Taking place at its new home in Coventry at the Ricoh Arena, the Insomnia Gaming Festival is actioned packed with plenty to do for gamers of all ages. You can watch live tournaments and shows on the Main Stage, play games from all areas of the gaming spectrum, win prizes in free play tournaments on both console and PC, meet Minecraft stars, attend Panel Talks with special guests, and check out the latest products and merchandise in our thriving Exhibition. For more information visit: http://www.insomniagamingfestival.com/
Hosted by: Multiplay
Skill Build is a series of workshops which can help you make your ideas happen. This semester, concentration is on developing your employability skills, ready for when you graduate. The course is centred on the Project Canvas (don’t worry if you don’t know what that is as it is covered in the sessions) and gives you loads of advice on how to get a project or event off the ground. Skill Build can be used for the Sheffield Graduate Award but you need to attend five out of six sessions and pass an assignment. These sessions take place every Thursday between 6.15-7.30pm in St George’s Lecture Theatre. For full details on each session, check out the event listings.
Hosted by: University of Sheffield Enterprise
The Buta Festival of Azerbaijani Arts - London November 2014 - March 2015. The goal of the festival is to promote Azerbaijani art and culture internationally. Follow the events on facebook, twitter and youtube. For more information visit www.butafestival.com
Hosted by: Buta Arts Centre