India Career Ready workshops and sessions

The India Career Ready online content is available for you to access at any time during your studies.

The India Career Ready Programme offers six bespoke employability sessions to help Indian students plan for their career. It is also available to students from any other country who wish to work in India during or after their studies. These sessions have been designed by highly qualified careers professionals to help you understand the recruitment processes in both the UK and India.

All India Career Ready sessions are designed to compliment the online content. You will get the most out of the sessions if you view the online content first. Access India Career Ready here. Booking information for the workshops below are available via the online content, or by completing this form.

This workshop will uncover strategies to find "hidden" opportunities that are not advertised widely to students. Hidden opportunities include internships, work experience and graduate roles. We will explore strategies including maximising your own networks, building relationships on social media, tapping into networks within the University of Exeter and reaching out to employers.

The International Student Support team will co-deliver this session. We will help you understand how your student visa will impact on gaining experience such as internships and part time work. We will also learn more about the new Graduate Immigration Route for any students wishing to work in the UK after your studies.

This session, delivered in partnership with INTO, will guide you through the process of improving your English Language pronunciation skills for the work environment. The interactive session will focus on areas of pronunciation that are challenging and provide you with strategies to improve your fluency. You will have the opportunity to practice your pronunciation.

Previous Exeter students discuss their experiences of entering the labour market, both in India and in the UK. An opportunity to ask questions and learn from their graduate journeys.

UK based and Indian employers discuss what they look for in graduate hires, and share tips about how you can impress them. A chance to ask for advice.

Further information

Should you require further information about these sessions please email us:
c.c.guy@exeter.ac.uk

Book sessions > https://mycareerzone.exeter.ac.uk/students/events