Campus notebook: The Graduate Leaving Experience

By Marcus Dysch, May 26, 2011
A scene from Nic Gilbert and Jonathan Kogan’s latest web hit

A scene from Nic Gilbert and Jonathan Kogan’s latest web hit

● Two Jewish students from Nottingham University have released their latest online short film.

The Graduate Leaving Experience looks at the difficulty of finding a job after university, combining a mixture of comedy and adult jokes.

Nic Gilbert and Jonathan Kogan's films have received more than 100,000 hits on YouTube and taken campuses by storm.

Since appearing in JC On Campus in April the pair have been contacted by a film production company to discuss future projects.

Watch The Graduate Leaving Experience on YouTube at

● A group of Masorti students from Britain, America, Argentina and South Africa took part in a trip to Poland to learn about the history of the country's Jews and the Holocaust.

The Marom and Noam tour included three days in Krakow, one in rural Poland and one in Warsaw.

Participants visited Auschwitz and the Great Synagogue of Oswiecim with renowned tour leader Jeremy Leigh.

● TrainE-TraidE is appealing for businesses to offer internships for Jewish students during the summer holidays. The organisation has more than 140 students looking for unpaid work experience in a range of industries.

To offer a placement contact Dalia Davis on 020 8371 3280.

    Last updated: 11:11am, May 26 2011