Sheffield Insights provides current students with an exclusive opportunity to hear from successful and inspirational University of Sheffield alumni, about their time at university and how they navigated the working world to get to where they are today. In this informal, small online group session, you will have the chance to ask questions and learn from the best!
On October 28th, we are very excited to welcome Electronic & Electrical Engineering graduate, KO Chia, to our Sheffield Insights online networking event. He will be discussing Innovation, entrepreneurship and how ‘The World is Your Oyster’.
KO is the Deputy CEO & Director of Grace Financial Ltd. and is based in Hong Kongwhere he manages and mentors in venture capital investment .
On November 4th, we will also be welcoming Business and Economics graduate, Chris Cheetham. He will be discussing Working abroad, changing careers and entrepreneurship.
Chris is the CEO of technology company NOEXIS, which builds software solutions as well as consulting on digital transformation for clients. Chris is based in New York City where he oversees all NOEXIS business in North America and the UK.
You will also have the chance to ask KO and Chris questions during the sessions.
Sheffield Insights – Meet KO Chia
Wednesday 28th October 2020
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Sheffield Insights – Meet Chris Cheetham
Wednesday 4th November
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How do I sign up?
Register here for Ko Chia’s session:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd52oc1qbnCYeW12ANOHsdUiD2Gtu18pvkHA_w5jjET7aU-RA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Register here for Chris Cheetham’s session: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfapGMDq-VwgrpNTkOxElqXIiybNB7mOe8goslwA9k27BUEmQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Places are limited for these unique opportunities and applications close on Sunday 11th October
50% of spaces are reserved for students who meet Widening Participation criteria, see below for more information:
WP criteria being considered are any of the following:
– 1st person in their family to attend university
– BAME students
– Student is a carer
– Student is a care leaver
– Student has a disability or specific learning difficulty
– Student is a mature student (eg. over 21 when starting UG degree)
– Student is in receipt of a University of Sheffield financial bursary