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Bio Sciences Alumni Forum

19/11/2015 (17:30-19:30)

Registration, although not compulsory is recommended.

Phone us on 01784 443073 to book your spot or login to your MyCareers webpage via the link: https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/careers/events/mycareers.aspx
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What to expect at the event: there will be speakers from many of the career areas that are of interest to those studying Biology and that would use skills you’ve learnt on this degree.

  • There will be a speaker on Graduate Entry Medicine, Ammar Nasir, currently studying at Kings in London.
  • Another recent graduate, Ona Navikaite will be talking about the work she is doing for Genomics England on the ground breaking 100,000 Genome Project .
  • Jerome Locke, who last year was working on an ebola project within the NHS, but is now a Healthcare Science Practitioner will be coming along to give us an insight into Science Careers in the NHS.
  • For those of you who are interesting in using your writing and analysis skills, Rory Glanville, scientific journalist and Editor of Gardeners World will be sharing his thoughts on how you can access a journalism / publishing career.
  • Students who want an environmental career will be interested to hear recent graduate Sophie Moy talking about her career at firstly Howletts Zoo and then in Environmental Consultancy with PV ecology.
  • Those students who want to take the skills they have learnt and apply them to an intellectually challenging, financially rewarding career will want to talk to Nick Morgan, the director of an accountancy firm Warrener Stewart.
  • For those of you thinking about doing a PhD, Giles Grainge, a PhD student here at Royal Holloway will describe what he does and how he got his place.



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