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Over 9000 students have been studying in the UK in the recent years and 1 out of 4 Romanian students studying abroad, study in the UK.

Join us for an interactive webinar where you will learn more about the Romanian students studying in the UK, as well as what the labor market can offer them once they return. Come and learn from our experts and recruiters what opportunities the Romanian job market has for its fresh graduates from UK and how their knowledge can be used in Romania. You will also learn more about our job portal BRCC Talent Academy and its benefits.



Robert Stredie – President of the League of Romanian Students Abroad

I studied Management at the University of Manchester and I am the president of the League of Romanian Students Abroad. I am from a small village called Dragalina, Botoșani county, where the map is nailed. Since high school, I got involved in the area of volunteering and representation. In college, I continued this approach where I received The Stellify Award, one of the most prestigious awards for students. The distinction arises from the core objective of the university, social responsibility. It is the proof of involvement and making an impact in the community through volunteering, roles of responsibility within the university, and leadership. I am an idealist and I am optimistic that my generation will be the one that will develop considerably Romania we know today.


Nigel Bellingham – Country Director at the British Council in Romania

Nigel Bellingham is Country Director at the British Council in Romania. He has over 30 years’ experience of leadership in education and cultural relations. He has worked in Romania since 2016. His experience includes teaching and teacher training roles in school education in the UK, Nigeria and Egypt, and language teacher and centre management roles in Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia and Czech Republic.



Cristina Alice Dutu – Program Director for Junior Achievement (JA) Romania


Cristina Alice Dutu is a Program Director for Junior Achievement (JA) Romania and she is part from the team since 2010. She is an experienced Program Manager, with a good capacity of analysis and synthesis, creativity, critical perspective and oriented towards strategically planning and results. In JA she managed the implementation of different educational programs (Entrepreneurial Education, Career Orientation and Skills for Employability), administration of projects and competitions with private grants, being also part of the key-team members in several international cooperation projects, funded from EU and EEA and Norway Grants.