We are pleased to invite final-year master’s students, DPhil students in their penultimate and final years, and postdoctoral researchers in any humanities discipline to this forthcoming event supported by Baillie Gifford, our partners in graduate scholarship funding and the Baillie Gifford Writing Partnerships Programme.
The Old Bank Hotel
17th October, 7.30pm-10.30pm
Humanities students and researchers interested in research careers are welcome at this networking dinner, providing an opportunity to meet with some current Trainees at Baillie Gifford and an Early Careers Consultant from the Baillie Gifford HR team.
To reserve a place please send your CV to Claire Daverin.
About Baillie Gifford
Baillie Gifford like to see things differently. It’s not about looking for graduates from a particular degree. Instead, they look for particular graduates – people who are inquisitive thinkers and who have the vision to see what the future could look like. That’s why they are just as likely to hire a musician, a doctor or a history graduate, as they are a mathematician.
Baillie Gifford thinks about a company’s potential to grow significantly in the next five to ten years, which is often influenced by many diverse and conflicting factors. Their work is a million miles from that stereotype of investors who track markets looking for short-term gains.