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Enterprise Rent-A-Car's Trainee Management Scheme

26 October 2011

Internationally recognised brand Enterprise Rent-A-Car visits the University this Wednesday 26 October to deliver a presentation on its management trainee programme for interns and graduates.

This event is open to all Westminster Business School students, and in particular those who are seeking a year-long placement or graduate career with Enterprise in 2012.

The Enterprise management training programme allows you to join one of the company's branches as a management trainee, learning all the business skills you need to run it yourself. The programme gives you the chance to develop skills in all areas, from sales and marketing to customer service and finance.

Sign-up is essential and places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit the WBS Registry Reception Counter at Marylebone to register.

If you're a student in one of the other schools and would like to attend, you'll need to book your place by contacting Iram Sial, at [email protected]

For more information about Enterprise and the scheme, visit the Enterprise website

Venue: Hogg Lecture Theatre, Marylebone Campus
Speaker: Jeffery L. Lovejoy - Talent Acquisition Specialist

Date: Wednesday 26 October 2011

Time: 3pm



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