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wiraone
post Dec 30 2017, 06:26 PM

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QUOTE(djack @ Dec 29 2017, 06:56 AM)
there were some news on the work prospects after graduation. http://www.ibtimes.co.in/uk-makes-it-easie...ary-2018-754634

but, cant students only get their tier 2 visa if they are sponsored by a company?
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It means that you can apply a T2 visa upfront, before your graduation but you need to have an offer from Tier2 sponsor first. I believe many companies start searching for talents in Spring and if you get an offer then, you can apply the T2 straight away.
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post Dec 31 2017, 09:01 PM

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QUOTE(wiraone @ Dec 30 2017, 06:26 PM)
It means that you can apply a T2 visa upfront, before your graduation but you need to have an offer from Tier2 sponsor first. I believe many companies start searching for talents in Spring and if you get an offer then, you can apply the T2 straight away.
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im hoping to land a job here. are there any career fair that I need to be aware of? smile.gif
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post Dec 31 2017, 09:35 PM

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QUOTE(djack @ Dec 31 2017, 09:01 PM)
im hoping to land a job here. are there any career fair that I need to be aware of?  smile.gif
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Check with your university, they usually have job fair in March. And check with the career service that you university might have for any opportunities.
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post Jan 9 2018, 06:52 AM

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QUOTE(djack @ Dec 31 2017, 09:01 PM)
im hoping to land a job here. are there any career fair that I need to be aware of?  smile.gif
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There are quite a number of career fairs, but most of them isn't that impressive. Good career fairs are normally organised by your university with well-known companies invited.
Most companies, at least competitive ones tend to start recruiting by the beginning of the academic year. If you successful, you should receive an offer by March/April.

Do bear in mind that it isn't that easy to land a job in the UK. Especially if you are not a resident

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