Graduate online fair

The Graduate Online Careers Fair 2020 will support you in finding graduate opportunities from a wide variety of employers. You will be meeting recruiters and hiring managers leaving you with unique insight into their offerings in order to tailor your application process the best way possible.

You will also be able to build your network, get professional advice from industry experts and support from the Careers and Employability Service for your future applications.  

Where is it taking place?

The Graduate Online Careers Fair will be delivered through an online platform with employer exhibition booths, webinars and resources supporting you in finding employment. 
It's similar in nature to a live event, except you don't have to physically go anywhere as the whole event is online!

Who is participating?

Register to the fair to gain access to their employer booths and find out all about the careers and opportunities they offer, gain an insight into their respective industries and advice on how to succeed in your applications.

  • Capco - a global consulting firm dedicated solely to the financial services industry

  • Creative Culture - a cross-cultural consultancy focusing on cultures, languages and strategies

  • Framestore - a Bafta and Oscar award winning creative studio that offers a range of visual effects, production, direction and post production services

  • GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) -  a global company delivering billions of healthcare products every year

  • Highered - a global talent platform based in Oslo, Shanghai and Brussels helping students find international jobs

  • Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI) - the only UK-based independent professional membership association for practising translators, interpreters and language service businesses

  • ITV Studios Talent team - Entertainment & Possessed

  • LockIn China - the largest recruitment platform specialising in supporting students to find employment in China

  • Oncall Interpreters and Translators - a leading provider of language services

  • Investment20/20 - a trainee scheme powered by some of the biggest and most innovative brands in investment management

  • Surrey Translation Bureau - an award-winning independent translation agency 

  • Sky - Europe’s biggest entertainment brand recruiting for technology roles

  • Women in Localization - a non-profit, global organisation for women in the localization industry

Who is this for?

The fair is relevant to all final year and postgraduate students looking to find graduate employment in the UK and abroad, but is open to all students looking to improve their employability skills.

What will be available during the online fair?

As part of the Graduate Online Careers Fair, we have organised a series of resources addressing various areas to support you in developing your employability skills. 

 

  • Webinars with live Q&A - with advice on how to improve your employability skills, employer presentations about their industries and sessions for international students and finding employment abroad

  • Resources On Demand - pre-recorded sessions that you will be able to access on demand (without a live element) and will support you in developing your employability skills

  • Resources for Working Abroad - whether you are planning on working abroad for the first time or are an international student returning to your home country

What should I do to prepare?

Wednesday 22 April 2020 – Prepare for the fair

To get the most out of any careers fair, preparation is key! Login a day before the event to learn more about participating employers and set up your online profile.

You can find top tips from previous employer attendees on what you should do to prepare here.

Find out more and register via Engage.