Are you a creative thinker, problem solver, great communicator and team player?
Top engineering and science recruiters are online all week!
The Engineering and Science Careers Fair is a sector-specific recruitment event for engineering and science students and graduates organised by the Careers Service. This event will provide you with the opportunity to learn more about internship and permanent graduate opportunities in a wide range of engineering disciplines. All students are encouraged to participate in the fair, from first years to finalists.
This is your opportunity to meet over 50 different employers and the numerous industries that a career in engineering and science could lead to. With engineers and scientists proving beneficial across all sectors, the possibilities for careers within engineering are virtually limitless.
There will be a wide range of employers represented and this is your chance to find out what they have to offer.
How to access the event
Access the Engineering and Science Careers Fair from the Careers from 10:00 Monday 19 October.
Get the most out of the event
You can access their corporate page (providing you with relevant information about them and their opportunities) hosted on the Careers Service website, and learn more from their representatives by booking a Pitch Presentation, where you can hear from an organisation directly as they promote their opportunities, discuss the application process and answer frequently asked questions.
Organisations offering a Pitch Presentation have these advertised on their corporate page and the full list can be found on JobsLive. Where we have permission to record these we will do so and post details of how to access them in our upcoming weekly newsletters.
The fair is accessible from the Careers Service website from 10:00 Monday 5 - midnight Sunday 11 October 2020.
Date: Monday 19 - midnight Sunday 25 October
Time: through the day
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