Here’s a great competition for aspiring entrepreneurs… This competition focuses on 8 areas of technological innovation, namely robotics and automation systems and Internet of Things, satellite and space technology, medical technology and regenerative medicine, synthetic biology, agricultural technology, high-end materials, energy storage and energy saving, IT and digital technologies. The competition, jointly organised by China… More China-UK Entrepreneurship Competition
Funding postgraduate study is hard, especially in the Capital. With student fees ever-increasing, and the cost of accommodation rising exponentially, a master’s degree can appear a daunting endeavour. However, Spotcap – a global fintech start-up established in 2014 – is offering an £8k fellowship to one UK-based master’s or MBA student, studying… More Fintech Masters funding opportunity
Calling all current and future freelancer students! You can now get yourself a free membership to The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE). Lots of students run a side-business or side-hustle to supplement their income during university and gain some extra experience. This could be anything from tutoring and teaching to graphic and… More Calling all current and future freelancer students
In our most recent blog post, one of our previous Careers Engagement Assistants – Alex – is sharing her experience of the #48hrStartUp challenge. Wonder why you should enter a competition like this? Read on… The 48 hr Startup challenge is an unique two day competition in collaboration with King’s Business School. Your team will… More #48hrStartUp challenge
Here’s an opportunity from Yellowzine, a print and online publication that gives ethnic minority creatives a platform to showcase their artwork. Night School is a free eight-week programme in London designed to educate and empower a more ethnically-diverse talent pool for the creative industry. Open to all 18-25 year-olds from ethnic minority backgrounds, Night… More Night School: educating and empowering a more ethnically-diverse talent pool for the creative industry.
Every month, King’s Careers & Employability collates some of the best competitions currently available for students. Don’t miss out on these opportunities as a way to enhance your CV and career path! Shark Tank of Wellness Student Global Competition This unique global challenge rewards students for their most innovative, impactful ideas for the wellness industry.… More We’re back for another competition round-up!
In this blog post we will be hearing from Kendrah and Ebba. Kendrah is the Quality and Learning Manager at Mission East and Ebba is a King’s graduate who completed a Global Internship at Mission East’s headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Read on to find out more about Kendrah’s and Ebba’s experience of participating in the… More Experiencing the Global Internships Programme as an intern for Mission East
What’s the EY NextWave Data Science Challenge, you say? It’s a global competition for data science students who want to make a difference. EY is looking for individuals to analyze real-world problems through data and make findings that will help build a better working world. With this challenge, they invite university students in subjects such… More EY is on the hunt for the next generation of data science superstars!
Welcome to another competition round-up – your place to find out about some of the exciting competitions and opportunities looking for applicants like you… Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize This competition is looking for talented young writers on contemporary art, with the winner receiving £1000 and the opportunity to publish a review of a contemporary… More It’s competition round-up time!
We have another guest post from Andy in the King’s Experience team today. Andy is here to tell you a little bit about the annual Posters in Parliament competition, which King’s participated in this year (for the first time!). Read on to find out more about this excellent opportunity to present your research… King’s participated… More Posters in Parliament – what’s that all about?