Tomorrow please join Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) for an evening of food, drink and Big Data! At our presentation “Strategy Consulting in the Age of Big Data” we will discuss the rise of the term ‘Big Data’, and how related analytical techniques are being used to guide strategy decisions across the consulting industry. We will showcase both current trends and examples of recent insights derived by APT’s use of Big Data. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to attend.
Please join Applied Predictive Technologies for a presentation on Strategy Consulting in the Age of Big Data, on October 19th at 6:30pm in University College. We’ll be discussing the rise of the term ‘Big Data’, and how related analytical techniques are being used to guide strategy decisions across the consulting industry. We will showcase both current trends and examples of recent insights derived by APT’s use of Big Data. Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend.
Interested in learning more about Finance in an informal setting? Register your interest in attending our upcoming lunch and dinner events in Oxford, where you will have the opportunity to:
· Meet employees from across the firm in an informal, intimate setting
· Find out what it’s like to work with us
· Ask questions you really want answered
Register up to 10 days before the event for your chance to come along, using the links below:
Monday 24th October 2016 – Markets Campus Ambassador Lunch
Monday 24th October 2016 – Markets Campus Ambassador Dinner
Wednesday 26th October 2016 – Investment Banking Dinner
We’re looking forward to meeting you!
J.P. Morgan Campus Recruitment Team
Develop a life-changing application for a leading charity
At Deutsche Bank, we’re driving change by bringing inventive minds and the latest technology together. This event will put you at the heart of that process as we develop an app for Autistica, the UK’s foremost autism research charity.
Every year, Deutsche Bank holds a 24-hour Hackathon: for the first time ever, we’re inviting students to take part. Here, you’ll join a team of digital experts, from developers to designers, as we create a life-changing piece of technology and compete for the annual Hackathon trophy.
Venue: Deutsche Bank London offices
Start: 12:00 hours, Wed, 9th November
End: 12:00 hours, Thurs, 10th November
This is an opportunity to learn about every aspect of the app-building process, first-hand, by collaborating with some of our most creative thinkers. It’s also a chance to launch your career in tech, work on a project with real-world impact and work side by side with top tech minds from one of the world’s most innovative financial businesses.
If you’re ready to take on a unique challenge, send your CV and a letter describing what you can bring to the team to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 23rd October 2016. Reasonable travel expenses will be covered while successful candidates will also be offered final round fast-track interviews (pending completion of numerical test and feedback from their project lead).
Can you transform the digital future?
Do you have what it takes to help Médecins San Frontiéres transform their digital and innovation strategies? Take part in the 2017 Global Case Challenge for an opportunity to join the prestigious global final in London and be part of the Accenture Strategy Protégé Program.
The Global Case Challenge is a unique program that will give undergraduate students the chance to work with and compete against other student teams from around the world, to help one of the world’s best known humanitarian and aid bodies transform its digital strategy, and to learn from and be mentored by managers and senior leaders from one of the world’s most successful strategy consulting firms.
Find out more and apply here: https://www.accenture.com/us-en/Careers/global-case-challenge
Morgan Stanley believes capital has the power to create positive change in the world. The biggest and most impactful changes come from people like you. If you come to Morgan Stanley, what will you create?
If you want to hear how you can put your talent and ambition to work and be part of a team that creates positive change, join us.
We welcome Bachelors and Masters students studying disciplines such as Computer Science, Maths, Natural Science or Engineering who are interested in a career in technology.
Thursday 20th October, 12:00-17:00, Morgan Stanley Global Tech Expo
Tuesday 25th October, 15:00-18:00, Careers in Computing
Wednesday 2nd November, 19:00-21:00, Technology Networking Drinks
Friday 11th November, 12:30-17:30, On-Campus First Round Interviews
Tuesday 22nd November, 16:00-18:30, Jobs for Mathematicians
Women as Future Leaders (WFL) invites you to a presentation on the ‘Power of Parity’ on Thursday 13th October 2016, about the economic impact of gender equality for the UK economy.
On 29th September 2016 McKinsey released a new report titled “The Power of Parity: Advancing women’s equality in the United Kingdom”. This research explores the economic potential of narrowing gender gaps at the national level as well as across the UK regions. It also examines the opportunity to address gender disparities within various occupations and sectors in the economy. Gender equality in work necessitates gender equality in society. The research adopts a holistic view, assessing how gender inequality impacts a woman through her life, and identifies a comprehensive set of interventions to help UK stakeholders take action on gender inequality.
This presentation will take place at 6pm on Thursday 13th October 2016 and will be followed by a drinks reception.
The event is open to current University of Oxford students from any degree discipline. The deadline for registration is midday on Friday 7th October 2016. We will confirm your place and the event logistics via email three working days before the event.