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Careers Fairs

"Extremely friendly and helpful, I always get useful advice."

UCL Careers Fair

At our popular industry-specific fairs, you’ll get one-on-one time with many employers and graduate recruiters looking to hire UCL students and graduates. It’s an opportunity to speak to managers and recent graduates to find out about jobs you may be interested in, hiring selection processes and current opportunities as well as a chance to ask questions important to you. A broad range of employers attend our fairs, from international organisations to small and medium businesses, so you can really compare what they have to offer.

Need to Know

All our fairs are open to all students and graduates regardless of course or department. All fairs take place in the evening and no booking is required, just bring along UCL ID or your GradClub card to gain entry as they are held on main UCL campus. You’re welcome to queue up to 30 minutes before the start of the fair but please note that these events get busy very quickly so you may have to wait to enter at any point. Last entry is 20 minutes before the stated closing time.

Before you arrive

Make the most of your time at our Careers Fairs by doing a little research beforehand.

Use our Help with… pages to brush up on your knowledge of the industry fair you're attending and find information on successful networking so you can make a good first impression.

After the Event

If you are ready to begin applying, you will be able to find details of any vacancies from employers at the fair advertised through our Find a Job page and help with applications in our Help with… section.

Have a look through our UCL Careers Events Calendar to view similar events such as Sector Themed Weeks and Employer Presentations.

Sign-up to UCLAlert! to be reminded about up-coming events including Careers Fairs.

You'll find a list of employers who are attending the 2014 Careers fairs below:

Info on past events (links to pictures, literature etc as well as quotes, past employers etc)