Careers

The aim of our Society is to enhance students’ knowledge about the industry, work opportunities available, requirements and application process in different companies as well as the most important skills that employers are looking for. Also our talks will include ways for you to maximise your skills in order to increase your chances for your dream career.

Our speakers this year will include students with relevant work experience, lecturers and professionals from different companies and institutions. By attending the events you can get in touch with people who have an in-depth exposure in the actuarial industry and ask them any questions you have. You can sign up for the different talks and events below and you can always get in touch with me for any further questions.

George Papachristoforou.

Upcoming events

Past events

25

Sep

Internship talk & PwC Flying Start

12.15am

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Are you a 2nd, 3rd or 4th year undergraduate student of Actuarial Science or any other relevant degree?
Are you interested in work opportunities available to you at the moment?
Do you need extra information on application process, deadlines and entry requirements?

If you were ready to reply YES to any of these questions then the first career event of Students Actuarial Society (SAS) is ideal for you!

4th year students with relevant experience from different companies will reply to all your questions!

Lunch will be provided.

Speaker(s)

Organiser(s): George Papachristoforou

10

Oct

Careers Talk from the Institute of Mathematics and it's Applications

12.15pm

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The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) is the professional and learned society for qualified and practising mathematicians and exists to support the advancement of mathematical knowledge and its applications and to promote and enhance mathematical culture in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, for the public good.

Founded in 1964, the Institute now has over 5000 members. 10% of members live outside the United Kingdom. 40% of members are employed in education (schools through to universities), and the other 60% work in commercial and governmental organisations. In 1990 the Institute was incorporated by Royal Charter and was subsequently granted the right to award Chartered Mathematician status.

This talk features:

  • General careers’ information starting from a mathematical sciences degree.
  • Emphasis on how to present yourself to employers at CV and interview stage.
  • About the IMA and how membership of a professional body supports your applications and subsequent career development.

Organiser(s): George Papachristoforou

26

Oct

Alan Smith's Interview Tips

12.15pm

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The session delivered by our career adviser Alan Smith will cover: what to expect from a graduate/internship job interview; techniques for answering different types of questions, plus lots more hints and tips for success in application process.

Ideal for everybody aiming to apply in different job opportunities across the industry.

Speaker(s)

Organiser(s): George Papachristoforou