GradJobs Live! 2018 | Birmingham NEC Birmingham  | Fri 2nd November 2018 Lineup

GradJobs Live! 2018

Birmingham NEC in Birmingham

Friday 2nd - Saturday 3rd November 2018

11:00am til 4:00pm

No age restrictions

More than just a jobs fair, take advantage of expert advice & skills workshops to help you jump through every hoop of the recruitment process.

 
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GradJobs Live! 2018 on Friday 2nd - Saturday 3rd November 2018

The UK's top employers want to meet YOU at GradJobs Live! this autumn!

Meet recruiters from top graduate employers including Aldi, Colas Rail, BT, Royal Mail, dstl, BAE Systems, The Economist and TK Maxx, and discover what graduate opportunities they have to offer, how to apply, and what they are looking for in a winning application.

More than just a jobs fair, you'll also be able to take advantage of expert advice and essential skills workshops to help you jump through every hoop of the graduate recruitment process.

*Packed presentation schedule

Industry experts will be offering top tips from practical advice to learning more about a specific industry – these are not to be missed!

*Mock Assessment Centre

Not sure what to expect at an Assessment Centre? Practice sample exercises during this interactive session and use the individual feedback to improve your chances of success.

*Advice Clinic

If you need some guidance on your chosen career, or you simply aren't sure what you want to do, experts at the Advice Clinic are on hand to help. Come along to the event for your free one-to-one session.

Book your free ticket today for fast-track entry, plus you'll also receive the latest updates about new exhibitors and free features!

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