Graduate Recruitment Fair 2017

Tuesday 24th October | 11.00am – 3.00pm (you can arrive any time between this)

Archers' Arena, Cyncoed Campus

 

​Cardiff Metropolitan University is proud to bring you the Graduate Recruitment Fair for 2017, aimed at all students looking for graduate opportunities, internships and work experience. The event is free to attend and will provide an excellent space for you to network with a wide variety of local, regional and national employers who currently have opportunities for students and graduates.

Why should I attend?

This fair is ideal for students who are seeking graduate roles, short or long term internships, work experience, further study or simply want some seasonal work.

It's important for you to keep an open mind and think of this event as an opportunity to consider a range of different career paths. The attending organisations have been specifically invited because they have 'live' opportunities to discuss and many of these will be open to students of all academic disciplines.

Here are some of the other key reasons why you should attend:

  • To gain a greater understanding of the sectors and industries that you might be interested in working in
  • To enhance your skills by sourcing  real-life work experience
  • To understand the skills required to succeed in your chosen career path and use this information to make informed module choices
  • To build networks with recruiters that may be very useful in the future (it's not what you know, it's who you know!)
  • To find your dream graduate job in your chosen industry

Who will be attending?

Please see the A-Z Exhibitor List for a full list of attendees.

Getting there

For students based on Llandaff Campus, there will be a regular bus service departing from the bus stop at the front of campus to take you to and from the event. These will be leaving roughly every 30 minutes commencing from 10:45am.

How to make the most of the fair

  • Register online – Sign up for the event on CareerHub and receive the latest information, including a copy of the Event Guide prior to the day.
  • Browse the exhibitors – Check back here for a final list of attendee's closer to the event and select key the employers you would like to speak to.
  • Impress exhibitors with your research - Take some time to research the companies that particularly interest you. Speaking knowledgeably about them on the day has proven to be successful for students in the past and you are much more likely to be offered a role!
  • Plan your day – Use the Event Guide to understand where the employers will be positioned in Archers' Arena and plan your route.
  • Get your CV and LinkedIn profile ready – The employer may want to see what skills and experience you have and may ask for a CV or LinkedIn address. The Careers Service regularly run CV and Linked in workshops so check CareerHub for the next available session so you can be fully prepared.
  • Drop by and see the Careers Service – The Careers Service will have a drop in area at the fair for any queries you have. This could be a quick chat about your career or a chance for a consultant to look at your CV.

The Careers Service is here to help you get the most out of this event. If you have any questions about the day or would like to speak to someone about how best to prepare, pop into the Careers Service on either campus where a member of the team will be available.

This event is sponsored by Opus Rrofessional Services Group

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