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Dear All,

Hope you had a nice bank holiday!

Before your IT students can take advantage of the rise in software jobs, many will be required to undertake work placements as part of their course. We’ve rounded up the remaining IT industrial placement opportunities for 2013 below.

A popular method of landing that all-important first graduate job is to utilise recruitment consultants. Our new article outlines how your students can get the most out of recruitment consultants by understanding how they work.

As always, feel free to pass along any of this to those who may find it useful through our newsletter webpage.

Kind regards,
Emma Manington
Online Content Editor, Inside Careers

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Patent Glossary

We recently published an article defining some of the jargon commonly used by patent attorneys. Aspirants to the profession should consider sprucing up their patent terminology to impress recruiters during the application and interview process.

I’ve listed some samples below; click on them to read the corresponding definitions.

U – Unregistered design

T – Technical contribution

I – In force

L – Lapsed

E – European patent application

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IT Industrial Placements

If your IT students haven’t yet secured the necessary placements for 2013, direct them to our job search tool, where they can see the remaining opportunities open to them. We’re still hosting placement positions with the following employers:

                    

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