Civil Service Fast Stream: Skills session events

Civil Service Fast Stream

August 28
14:59 2015

Navigating a graduate-level selection process can be challenging for any candidate. At the skills sessions youll find out how to maximise your performance as well as get advice on the best way to approach the Fast Stream assessment process. The sessions include how to:

  • identify and promote your strengths
  • understand what employers are looking for during the selection process
  • develop self-confidence and composure
  • get the best results from the different assessment exercises
  • practice exercises and review your performance
  • create a personal success plan

Only students of the host university are eligible to attend these events. For more information about a particular event, contact your university careers service. For additional information about the skills sessions, email

Event location Date and time
Queen Mary University of London 8 October 2015
Warwick University 12 October 2015, midday to 2:00pm
University College London 13 October 2015
City University London 13 October 2015, 4pm to 6pm
Birkbeck College 13 October 2015
University of Essex 16 October 2015, 1pm to 3pm
University of Manchester 14 October 2015, 4pm to 7pm
Queens University Belfast 15 October 2015
University of Reading 19 October 2015
Kings College London 19 October 2015, 4pm to 6pm
Birmingham University 20 October 2015
University of Kent 21 October 2015, 2pm to 4pm
Brunel University, London 22 October 2015
London School of Economics 4 November 2015
Aston University 5 November 2015, 10am to midday
University of Portsmouth 12 November 2015, 2pm to 4pm
Royal Holloway and Bedford New College 16 November 2015, 6pm to 8pm
The School of Oriental and African Studies, London 26 November 2015

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