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Why doing a short course before university can help international students enhance their employability long term

One of our aims here at GradLink, is to show international students and graduates how to increase their employability and reach their career potential after university. It’s important not only to focus on what skills employers are looking for, but how you can increase your options by being proactive during your university course or, in this case, before starting a UK degree. Today we’re looking at short courses in the UK, what they are and how they can help you reach your career goals.

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By Jen Garmston Published: July 19, 2019

Top 10 Best Companies to Work For in India

INDIA: Delhi-based IT firm RMSI is the best company to work for in India, according to the latest report published by the Great Place to Work Institute. Google India has slipped to the second spot after topping the list last year, the report said.

Microsoft India is at 20 in the new list, with an employee count of 6,931 people.

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By International Business Times
Published: July 26, 2015

UPA set manufacturing job growth record

INDIA: Jobs growth recovered in 2003-04 and since then it has been growing at an impressive rate of around 7 per cent a year.

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By Thehindu.com
Published: July 19, 2015

​6 most challenging yet rewarding job sectors in India

INDIA: Every challenge is an opening and every job in today′s set-up poses different types of challenges that perhaps set the parameters for what we called as ′job success.′ It is and it will be always disputed that ′What is the best work that gives us job satisfaction?′ 

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By Businessinsider India
Published: July 10, 2015

Top 10 fundamentals for first-time job seekers

INDIA: Graduating from a professional college can be an exciting yet daunting experience. You′ve been inside a protected environment the past few years and are ready to forge out to change the world. Just a gentle reminder though, that the best in the business didn′t start at the top and unfortunately neither will you.

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By timesofindia
Published: July 10, 2015

Global Student Challenge

INDIA: The Global Student Challenge is introduced by the Supply Chain Finance Community to create awareness on- and stimulate development in the topic of Supply Chain Finance. This challenge aims at identifying the best student talents and connecting them to the corporate sector. Not only does the challenge allow the students better insight in developments in this area but by means of an internship they have a chance to kick start their career at some of the world’s leading companies.

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By globalstudentchallenge.org
Published: July 01, 2015

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