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Challenge Day at Hays Asia in London

Date: 20 December 2019 and 29 January 2020
Time: 14:00

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At Hays, we are the world’s leading recruiting experts in qualified, professional and skilled people. We are currently looking for ambitious, passionate individuals to become a Recruitment Consultant at one of our 12 offices in Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia*. Apply to our Challenge Day to find out more!

Our Challenge Day will be an interactive session involving a company presentation and several exercises to develop your understanding about Hays culture and life as a recruiter at Hays.

Please watch the videos below to gain greater understanding of Hays.

Training Learning Development:

Jack (Hong Kong SAR) and Sunny (Mainland China):


Hays Japan:


Our Challenge Days in December and January are:

Friday , 20th December,   14:00 – 17:30

Wednesday, 15th January, 14:00 – 17:30

Wednesday, 29th January, 14:00 – 17:30 


How to apply:

Send your CV and Cover Letter to with the subject title HAYS Challenge Day London – (your name).


After reviewing your application, a member of our team will be in touch with you to arrange a phone interview.  

The purpose of the interview will be to understand more about your motivations and interest in building your career in agency recruitment at Hays.

You can learn more about Hays at


We look forward to receiving your application.


*Applicants must be eligible to work in the location they have applied for.  


Please connect with us on WeChat (search for Hays International Recruitment) to stay updated with our events and send us any questions you have!

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Teach English Abroad with the Anglo Mexican Foundation!

Date: 28 January 2020
Time: 14:00

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Speak Spanish?
Want to work abroad as part of your degree or when you graduate?

Come and hear about the several vacancies on offer with the Anglo Mexican Foundation!

The Anglo Mexican Foundation are a not-for-profit institution with the aim of strengthening ties between Great Britain and Mexico through a constant cultural exchange.

Students have undertaken placements with them for many years as English Language Assistants, and they currently have ten opportunities available for the 2020-21 academic year. One of their new positions involves working in the Anglo Arts, which is the area responsible for their cultural programmes and social impact activities.

Please click here to find out more about the programme.

Chief Academic Officer, Simon Brewster, will be here to tell you all about the programme and the opportunities available.

You will also hear from a returning student to hear about their experiences working in Mexico with them. Here's what she has to say:

"My time working for the Anglo Mexican Foundation was the best experience of my academic career. Working with young children for the Churchill School was an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only do you get to aid their learning and development in English, but you're also involved in a multitude of exciting outside of the classroom activities. For example, I thoroughly enjoyed helping with the Winter festival play and the science fair. I found being involved in these activities enabled me not only to bond with the children outside of a classroom environment, but also gave me the opportunity to experience firsthand the different roles and responsibilities within the teaching community." - Molly, Level 3 French & Spanish student

When? Tuesday 28th January, 2-3pm

Where? Michael Sadler Building, SR (LG. 15)
Directions and Accessibility here.

If you already wish to apply for a position with the Anglo Mexican Foundation, please send the following to

• A letter of application saying why you are interested in the position of Language Assistant and what attracts you to working and living in Mexico
• A current CV and photo
• A letter of recommendation from a university tutor who knows you well

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I shouldn’t be telling you this….

Date: 28 January 2020
Time: 16:00

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BBC Arts and Media Correspondent David Sillito offers his advice including three ways to lose your job before you find something much better and why making tea is important.

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Business Planning

Date: 29 January 2020
Time: 12:30

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Interested in enterprise or self-employment? Then come along to this workshop. Current undergraduates and postgraduates sign-up via this site. University of Leeds Alumni can sign up by emailing Richard Doyle at to book a place.

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Law Commission Career Talk and Q&A

Date: 29 January 2020
Time: 13:00

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The Law Commission is currently recruiting research assistants to help make the law simple, modern and fair. The role is fixed-term for 51 weeks (from September 2020) with the possibility of renewal for a further year upon application. It is paid at £26,411 p.a. and based in London. You will be able to learn about complex areas of law and help shape UK legal reform, whilst working side by side with the Commissioners, as well as develop a range of skills and gain professional experience which will be very useful when applying for future jobs in law and/or policy. Applications close on Sunday 2 February 2020. More information about the role is available via this link:

Verity Bell, a current research assistant in the Property, Family and Trusts Law Team at the Law Commission, will be coming to do a talk for you on Wednesday 29 January. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the research assistant roles in different teams, get advice and tips on the recruitment process, and ask questions.

The talk will take place in the Liberty Building, SR 1.11.

N.B. Please note that the Law Commission is not able to employ international students who would need Tier 2 visa to work in the UK.

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