Sunday 17 January 2016

The British Council Services for International Education Marketing (SIEM) is organising a Career Summit on 21 November from 10am to 5pm at British Council, 5 Fuller Road, Dhaka. The Summit will provide an opportunity for returned graduates from UK to explore their career opportunities in Bangladesh, by connecting them to renowned organisations from diverse industries in the country. Representatives from leading corporate houses in Bangladesh will be present at the event to facilitate the process.

 A large number of current and aspiring Bangladeshi professionals are alumni of prestigious higher education institutions in UK. Returning to Bangladesh, they are looking forward to build a lasting career in the country. The Career Summit aims to support them towards further professional development, and to provide employers a platform to hire deserving UK graduates through one-on-one interviews.

 Interested graduates and qualification holders from the UK are invited to register for the Summit at and bring a sufficient number of CV’s accompanied by latest academic documents to submit to potential employers at the Summit. Subject to review of the submitted documents, interested companies may interview them 21 November, 2015 at British Council, 5 Fuller Road, Dhaka.

Candidates will be assessed and graded by the potential employers based on their current competencies i.e. field of study, salary expectation, previous experience, extracurricular activities, IT skills, English proficiencies and references from their educational institutions.

The career summit will host plenary sessions and different parallel sessions conducted by HR specialists, UK delegate, Alumni and HR of British Council on topics related to employability such as job oriented course specifications, CV writing, facing an interview, etc.

Candidates who will pre-register by visiting the link provided will not need to provide any entry fee at the day of the event.



Notes to Editor

For further information please contact Head of Marketing and Communications,

Arshia Aziz, email:

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