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Employer Presentations

“The presenter was really enthusiastic and helpful – I definitely picked up some top tips.”

What to expect...

Employer giving students presentation

Many recruiters deliver presentations throughout the Autumn and Spring terms to publicise their company and recruitment opportunities to UCL students and graduates.

They provide an ideal opportunity for you hear from newly hired recent graduates, recruitment staff and/or more senior staff who'll tell you about their company, their recruitment process, (tips on applications / interviews), opportunities available and what it’s like to work for them.


The lecture style presentation part generally lasts for up to an hour. Additional time for informal networking is often available at the end of a presentation if you’re free to stay on to talk to the recruiters on a 1-1 basis but you can leave after the presentation if you can't stay more than an hour.

Important Booking Instructions...

For all Presentations, you MUST book in advance as detailed below to guarantee a place. No deposit is required once you've booked and all presentations are free to attend...

Presentations "On Campus"

Presentations listed as "On Campus", (e.g. at UCL Careers, in the Student Central Building or in one of the main UCL Buildings), are booked using your "My UCL Careers" account.

(If using this for the first time, please read the My UCL Careers Instructions carefully before trying to log in).

Venue details for the presentation will be confirmed when you book and can be checked using the "View my activity" screen in your account.

Booking for each Presentation will open TWO weeks before it takes place and will close when it is fully booked or, at the latest, at midnight on the day before the event takes place.

Presentations "Off Campus"

Presentations listed as "Off Campus" will be in venues organised by the recruiters themselves, often in their own offices.

You will usually need to register with the recruiter directly for these and location details will be provided by them when your registration is confirmed. Any queries about your booking should be directed to the recruiter.

Booking windows will vary so we recommend registering with UCLAlert! so you can be notified as booking opens for any presentations you might be interested in.

Can I attend if I haven't booked?

For "On Campus" presentations, on the day, after all registered students have arrived, space permitting, students that haven't booked will be admitted on a first come first served basis but we cannot guarantee entry.

"Off Campus" events are generally by invitation only so it's usually not possible to attend if you haven't pre-booked. Queries about attendance should go directly to the recruiter.

How to prepare...

The Career Planning section of our website suggests a range of resources which provide information on specific occupations and what's happening in a particular sector at the moment plus company profiles for most of the recruiters listed below. A basic knowledge of these areas will allow you to focus on more in-depth questions at the presentation.

Late Arrivals, Cancellations and No Shows...

For all Presentations, please aim to arrive 5 minutes before the published start time. If you arrive late, the facilitator reserves the right to refuse entry so that you don't disrupt the event for other attendees who arrived on time.


Presentations are popular and usually fully booked. If you know you'll be unable to attend a presentation, you can cancel your booking through your My UCL Careers account at any time up until midnight on the day before the presentation takes place to allow another student to book in your place.

No Shows:

If you don't cancel in advance or don't turn up to a Presentation you're booked to attend, we will record a "No Show" which may affect your future bookings or use of our services.

After the Event / Unable to Attend?

The Career Planning section of our site suggests alternative sources of information on specific companies / sectors if you've missed a presentation. It will also give information on how to get one-to-one advice on sectors / companies you're interested in.

Individual company websites will also include the type of information typically covered in any presentation plus additional resources such as employee case studies, video profiles and/or tips on writing applications/preparing for interviews and assessment centres.

Using JobOnline or other job sites, you will be able to find details of any vacancies that were being promoted by the company during the presentation. 

Register with UCLAlert! if you haven't done so already to ensure you don't miss out on similar events in future.

Resources from past Presentations

One of the key reasons for attending presentations is the "Question and Answer" section and the chance to network with recruiters.

Recruiters generally don't provide information slides or resources which can be accessed here after the presentation but instead direct interested applicants to the information on their website.

However, where resources / recordings are made available, you'll find these below...

The Employer Presentation Programme for the Autumn term is listed below. The past events tab contains details of recruiters who have already given presentations this academic year.

On Campus: Lloyds Banking Group

29 November: Event starts at 1pm

Lloyds Banking Group is delighted to be hosting a careers drop in session at UCL Careers on Tuesday 29th November from 1pm to 3pm.

Speak 1-2-1 with our colleagues and take the opportunity to find out more about:

  • The application process
  • Preparing for an interview or assessment centre
  • Our Graduate and Internship opportunities
  • Our organisation and what life is like at Lloyds Banking Group
  • Choosing a career path

Register now...

To register your interest for these 10 minute sessions, please visit our EventBrite site  and then come and see us between 1pm and 3pm on the day.

Sessions will be conducted on a first come, first serve basis.

Off Campus: Fangda Partners London Reception

02 December: Event starts at 5.30pm

Fangda Partners is one of the most respected law firms in China with more than 300 lawyers across offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Fangda lawyers deal with a broad range of commercial matters for domestic and foreign clients.

Come to our reception on Friday 2 December and learn more about the firm and job opportunities with us. Hong Kong Managing Partner Peter Yuen, as well as Corporate Partner Vanessa Cheung will be there to provide insight into Fangda and its different practice areas.

Register now...

If you are interested in attending, please email Samantha Ho at: samantha.ho@fangdalaw.com

On Campus: HNA Presentation

08 December: Event starts at 3:30pm

HNA Tourism is the only tourism group in China integrating aviation, tourism, hospitality, finance as well as online services. The group promises to realize customers' dreams to discover the world by offering seamless travel and one-stop aviation services by integrating other ancillary services such as maintenance repair and overhaul(MRO), general aviation, ground support and air logistics. HNA Tourism strives to become a world-renowned global aviation and tourism business both in terms of size and quality of services. It is recommended that you send a copy of you CV to fch.li@hnair.com before attending, HNA will invite eligible candidates to an interview on Friday 9 December at UCL Careers.

Register now through your My UCL Careers account.

Additional presentations may be added to this list at any time. To receive notifications about other future events, make sure you register with UCLAlert!

Below you will find details of recruiters who ran presentations earlier this academic year. Please be aware that, for some, application windows may now be closed but do check their websites for details...

On Campus: Unilever


Unilever is one of the world’s greatest businesses, with amazing brands, dynamic people and a sustainable vision. Our brands are trusted everywhere and, by listening to the people who buy them, we've grown into one of the world's most successful consumer goods companies. 150 million times a day, someone somewhere chooses a Unilever product. If you are ambitious, keen to learn, and want to lead, Unilever is for you!

We’re the No.1 FMCG in the Times Top 100 Ranking and No.1 Graduate Employer of Choice in Marketing, Sales and HR! We’re also the third ranked best employer on LinkedIn!

On Campus: Standard Chartered


We believe there isn’t just one path to success. There are many. As a graduate student it’s your turn to draw your map to success.

We bank the people and companies driving investment, trade and the creation of wealth across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Emerging markets are among the most exciting and dynamic. That presents tremendous opportunity, as well as responsibility.

We’re hiring across a range of functions from Corporate Finance to Financial Markets. With our celebrated ethical practice, leading the way across a truly global footprint, come and speak to our people and find out what path could lead you to success.

On Campus: Herbert Smith Freehills


An introduction to commercial application of Law by Herbert Smith Freehills

The purpose of the lecture is to explain the application of legal topics to real life commercial situations and improve commercial awareness among undergraduates.

We have chosen the life cycle of a company to illustrate this: starting with a start-up business among friends, then achieving private equity backing, then progressing to listing on the London Stock Exchange and ultimately being taken over by a larger competitor, highlighting the potential litigation flashpoints along the way.

We will also introduce and explain to students the commercial shorthand and jargon used at each of these stages.

Off Campus: Kings & Wood Mallesons


Stand out from the crowd. An Evening with King and Wood Mallesons

You are invited to attend a presentation and networking event about life as a lawyer at King and Wood Mallesons.

During the evening, not only will we tell you more about life in an international law firm but you will also hear from some of our lawyers on the interesting work they have been involved in during their careers with the firm. This could help you decide if law is the right career path for you and it may also help you to stand out in the recruitment process as it will provide valuable information relating to commercial transactions, which may be useful in future interviews.

Enter our prize draw at the event to win a chance to spend a day in our London office shadowing a trainee!

If you would like to hear more, please join us. During the evening, drinks and nibbles will be provided.

On Campus: Cancer Research UK


At Cancer Research UK (CRUK), we are collectively leading pioneering life-saving research in the fight against all cancers. CRUK is an inspiring and innovative place to work, filled with talented and dedicated professionals all of whom are 100% focused on increasing our survival rates in next 20 years.
If you're a graduate full of fresh ideas and with a history of achievement, both academic and extra-curricular, we have graduate streams, designed to give you a solid foundation for your career. We are recruiting for:

  • Policy Information and Communications
  • Fundraising and Marketing
  • Technology
  • Scientific Strategy and Funding
  • Finance

On Campus: Cisco - Security for the Digital Economy


Today’s cybercriminals are more sophisticated than ever. As countries and business bring their processes online, they are constantly under threat of financial and reputational damage.

This puts a tremendous amount of stress on IT teams trying to protect their networks. During this talk, we will uncover what Cisco is currently doing to provide its customers with cutting-edge technology to protect them from the latest and most advanced cyber-attacks.

Speaker biography: Nour Fateen is a Cybersecurity Sales Specialist within Cisco’s Global Virtual Sales Organisation (GVSO). Specialising in Cisco’s Security portfolio as a whole, Nour works with Cisco customers across EMEAR (Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia) helping them to achieve protection from the latest cyber threats and hackers

Off-Campus McKinsey Middle East Visiting London

14/10/2016: Event starts at 6.30pm

McKinsey is a global management consultancy firm. We began serving clients in the Middle East in the mid-90s across the GCC region (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and U.A.E.) and in Pakistan.

The Middle East office is one of the fastest growing McKinsey offices - from 5 consultants in 1999 we now have over 300 consultants. If you would like to hear more about The Middle East Office and opportunities we have available, we invite you to attend our campus presentation on Friday 14th October at King’s College London at 18:30.

On Campus: FTI Consulting

17/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

FTI Consulting would like to invite you to participate in an interactive case study workshop. You’ll work in a team to solve a complex problem based on a real-life case, gain some tips on our application process and have the opportunity to meet some of our current employees.

FTI Consulting is a leading global business advisory firm. We provide businesses, law firms and government agencies with analysis of complex, real world economic and financial issues.

We are looking to hire highly numerate and analytical students from any discipline for a full-time graduate role.

Please email Genevieve.aldridge@fticonsulting.com with any questions.

On Campus: Applied Predictive Technologies

17/10/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

APT is in the business of changing the way leading global companies make decisions. Using a combination of strategy consulting and in-house technology, we empower consumer-focused companies to conduct business experiments.

You will have the opportunity to work closely with senior executives, collaborate with exceptional peers, and achieve rapid career advancement. You are expected to not only have a tremendous impact in transforming our clients, but also a leading role in shaping APT’s future. APT’s client portfolio includes Walmart, Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Boots, KFC UK, ASDA, Shell, Argos, Costa and many others.

On Campus: EDF Trading

18/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Get brighter in Summer 2017!

We are inviting top-tier students to join us for our 10-week Graduate Summer Internship Programme. If you are selected, you can look forward to a programme tailored to make the most of your talents, as well as a fixed salary.

We have several departments that are at the forefront of our trading activities, as well as departments that support our trading operations.

At the end of your internship, you will deliver a presentation on your assigned project to a business panel. Impress here, and you could receive an offer to return to EDF Trading on the completion of your studies.

On Campus: The University of Law - Springboard into Law Part 1

18/10/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

"Want to kick start your legal career?

We will be out on campus this Autumn running Part 1 of our 'Springboard into Law’ programme at UCL.

Our Springboard into Law (Part 1) event is tailored to offer practical insight into how to get started with vacation scheme and training contract applications. We will offer insight into:

  • Understanding the current legal graduate recruitment market
  • How to research law firms
  • Getting started with applications
  • Tips on how to develop your own application strategy
  • Insight into how to 'go beyond’ the Graduate Recruitment brochure in your application form
  • Tips on how to sell core competencies to graduate recruiters

Don’t miss this opportunity to get ahead with future applications and assessments.

Off Campus: PwC

18/10/2016: Event starts at 6pm

Don't miss out on the opportunity to get to know PwC better at our presentation and networking evening. Come and meet our people who will include recent joiners, our recruitment team and senior members of staff. 

You'll discover why PwC is the first choice for a career in business; why students have voted us number one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for 13 years running and why, right from day one, you'll feel part of something special.

  • Get the low-down on the work our people are passionate about and get answers to any questions you might have
  • Gain a deep understanding of where you could fit in
  • Get help and advice with your application
  • Find out about our other events on campus or at one of our offices.

In the meantime, you can keep connected with us on Facebook

Take the opportunity of a lifetime.

On Campus: Skyscanner

20/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

One of the most common questions we hear from students is what should they be practicing while they’re in school so they can be great engineers once they join a company after graduation. In this talk, Bryan Dove will share details about how modern engineering teams work, the challenges we face in a mobile and cloud-first world, what skills we’re teaching internally, and what you can do to build these skills before leaving school. The talk will go for about 30 minutes followed by an open QandA.

Off Campus: Allen & Overy - Get to Know A&O

20/10/2016: Event starts at 6pm

"Interested in a career in Law? Want to find out more about open days, vacation programs and training contract opportunities at one of the world’s leading commercial law firms? We hope you can join us for our annual presentation and a chance to meet and speak to some of our AandO lawyers and recruiters. Drinks will be served from 6pm, with the presentation beginning at 6.30pm.

On Campus: World Remit

24/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

WorldRemit - we're building the Whatsapp of money - come speed date us!
Event description: Job hunting is kind of like dating right? So come on and Speed Date WorldRemit and find out if we are "Employer Material".

We’re coming to your university and we’re bringing along folks from all across the business including [Engineering, Marketing, Finance, Customer Service] and HR. So come pick our brains and find out first hand why we'll be an awesome place for you to intern at or join after graduation.
Promise we won’t bring any power point presentations or wear suits so come and speed date us for an evening and see what we’re all about.

On Campus: JP Morgan

25/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

At J.P. Morgan, we are a core part of the global financial community, helping businesses, markets and communities grow and develop in more than 100 countries. Working with us means you’ll learn from our team of experts in a supportive and collaborative environment and gain the skills to make a direct contribution to a firm with a legacy lasting over 200 years.

We want to see your creativity, communications skills and drive. Whilst your academic achievements are important, we’re also looking to see your individuality and passion as demonstrated by extra curricular activities.

On Campus: Stroz Friedberg

25/10/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

Stroz Friedberg is a professional services firm specialised in investigations, intelligence and risk management. With twelve office across the globe, we are on an exciting growth trajectory, and the size of our organisation will let you stand-out and operate on the front lines as an innovative fact-finder. Due Diligence Analyst roles are perfect for those studying degrees which demand strong research and analytical skills, and the nature of our cross-jurisdictional work is particularly suited to linguists. Our work focusses on profiling our clients’ potential counterparties, particularly in emerging markets, and understanding what risks they pose from a regulatory and reputational perspective.

On Campus: Teach First

27/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

If you are a student at UCL, come along to find out about the excellent opportunities offered by our Leadership Development Programme (LDP), a two-year commitment that combines teacher training and a fully-funded PGCE qualification with one-to-one leadership coaching. Learn how you will develop leadership qualities that can be applied to any working environment, no matter where your career takes you afterwards.

If you have any questions about this event please contact Jordan at: jfleary@teachfirst.org.uk

Please register on the Teach First website.

On Campus: Mandarin Consultant

27/10/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

Please note: Mandarin are a consultancy firm offering products. Similar services are available from UCL Careers, please check first. If you choose to use their products after this workshop there will be some form of payment required.

This exclusive event will give a better insight of what opportunities Mandarin Consulting International can bring 'at your door' and will challenge each one of you with an application workshop.

The Job Application Workshop event encompasses coaching, work experience and the skills gained can be taken forward into your future career.

You will have the opportunity to participate interactively with professional career advisor at Mandarin Consulting and also, there will be a presentation of how they could help in boosting your career employability chances.

Off Campus: Amazon

27/10/2016: Event starts at 6.15pm

You are invited to our Amazon London Presentation. This is a chance to find out more about Amazon and the graduate programs and internships we offer. The evening will open with a presentation and a panel, followed by networking. Come and meet Amazonians from Retail, Seller Services, Media, Finance and Technology!

Please apply by sending your name, university and graduation year to campus-events@amazon.co.uk and we will confirm if you have received a place.

Deadline: 5pm October 19th

On Campus: Kraft Heinz

31/10/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Are you ready for a seat at our table?

The Kraft Heinz Company is inviting you in into our world of Tomato Ketchup, spreads, soups, sauces, and many other leading products and brands!
Julien Favre (CFO Europe) will share insights with you on:

  • What’s it like to be part of this global FMCG company?
  • Why is ownership one of our key values?
  • How can you grow your career with us?

Our top performing trainees will share what it’s like to join the company as a graduate and how taking part in the European Trainee Program helped launch their careers.

On Campus: Teach First

31/10/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

This practical workshop is your chance to find out more about the recruitment process for our Leadership Development Programme (LDP), a two-year commitment combining teacher training and a fully-funded PGCE qualification with one-to-one leadership coaching. Meet a member of our graduate recruitment team to ask any questions and get hints and tips so you feel as confident as possible before submitting your online application.

If you have any questions about this event please contact Jordan on jfleary@teachfirst.org.uk

On Campus: Nabarro

01/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Law Fairs are the perfect opportunity to meet prospective employers, ask questions and make an impression before applying for a Training Contract!!

Nabarro invites UCL students (from any discipline) to attend this presentation.
 - 'How to prepare for the Law Fair' An employer's perspective.

We would be delighted if you could join us!

Nabarro is one of the UK's leading commercial law firms. To find out more about us, please visit our website.

On Campus: SEO London

01/11/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

SEO London is a not-for-profit organisation that every year provides hundreds of outstanding individuals from under-represented backgrounds with extremely competitive internship and graduate positions with our 60+ partner firms.

In our presentation we will give further details on the 1000+ opportunities for students, our accelerated access schemes and the best ways to maximise your potential in securing a 1st year insight, summer internship, placement or graduate job. We offer access to the top firms in Investment Banking, Corporate Law, Professional Services, Technology Engineering, the Creative Industries and much more!
Bring your CV on the 6th and see if we can help you!

Off Campus: Ashurst

02/11/2016: Event starts at 6pm

Our evening insight seminars are aimed at students and graduates who are interested in a career in law and would like to find out more about life at Ashurst. These events will give attendees an insight into the firm and our culture. The different sessions will be focusing on different aspects of Ashurst, covering anything from our firm strategy, to how to make a successful Ashurst application and learning what life is like for our trainees.

On Campus: Two Sigma

03/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

We are Two Sigma.

We imagine breakthroughs in investment management, insurance and related fields by pushing the boundaries of what open source and proprietary technology can do.

In the process, we work to help real people. Through our investors, we support the retirements of millions around the world and help fund breakthrough research, education and a wide range of charities and foundations.

Our engineers and modelers harness data at tremendous scale, using machine learning, distributed computing and other technologies to build powerful predictive models.

Come build with us!

On Campus: Support for Students and Graduates with a Disability

10/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Employers attending: Blind in Business; Change 100 and City Disabilities

Panel Event with speakers discussing a range of topics including:

  • Disclosing a disability to employers
  • Workplace Stigma
  • Accessing Support
  • Employers' approach to disability support

Plus the chance to ask your own questions!

LSE International Organisations Day 2016

Saturday 12 November 2016

This event brings together representatives from international organisations to offer you an insight into what they do, how they are structured and recruit, and what they look for in applicants.

Each organisation will give two presentations, each followed by a Q&A session, as well as being available to answer questions throughout the day at their own stands. IOD is an unparalleled opportunity to find out whether a career within an international organisation is right for you.

For current students that couldn’t attend or may have missed a session please see the following link to all presentations. You will need to enter your UCL single sign in to access this.

Presentation recordings

For recent graduates, please email careers@ucl.ac.uk to access the presentations.

On Campus: Ubisoft

14/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Challenges and role of a game programmer at Ubisoft.

Jonathan Martin, lead programmer at Ubisoft will talk about his job at Ubisoft and what his challenges are for tomorrow’s innovation in a growing industry.

On Campus: Teach First Assessment Centre Workshop

15/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Gain an insght into the Assessment Centre process as part of your application for our two-year Leadership Development Programme (LDP). Meet your Graduate Recruitment Officer and get answers to all your questions about one of the most important parts of the recruitment process - the Teach First Assessment Centre.

The LDP could inspire a lifelong commitment to raising the achievement of underprivileged children, while preparing you for an influential management career in almost any industry.

Off Campus: CRAI

15/11/2016: Event starts at 6.30pm

Charles River Associates Recruitment Presentation and Reception.

Charles River Associates would like to invite you to attend our annual open evening on Tuesday 15th November, from 6:30pm onwards, at our offices in London. If you have a solid background in microeconomics and are interested in Economic Consulting in the field of competition policy, please come along to meet consultants at all levels while enjoying a glass of wine and some canapés.

On Campus: Barbri

17/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

The process and benefits of qualifying in the U.S and the skills needed for a career in international law.

On Campus: The University of Law

17/11/2016: Event starts at 5.30pm

Law for non-Law with The University of Law. This session looks at the content of the new modularised GDL, the support and opportunities you will receive at the University of Law, as well as an interactive session to give you a flavour of the kind of workshop activities you would be undertaking. Also present will be a current GDL student to answer any questions you have about making the leap from non-Law to Law.

Off Campus McKinsey & Company

18/11/2016: Event starts at 10am

McKinsey and Company invites you to apply for our three-day event held near London, on November 18-20th, 2016. Digital Race is a unique chance to meet our senior partners, industry experts and business leaders, apply digital lenses to a real-life case, get know outstanding students and enlarge your network. We seek for diverse profiles including economics, business, mathematics, computer science, engineering majors.

You should be fluent in English and one of the following languages: Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian, Slovakian, Ukrainian.

When applying, please indicate your office preference. This information will be used for screening purposes and local office will decide on your suitability for the event. To apply, please send us:

  • Your CV in English
  • Brief 300-words essay answering ""How will digitization change our economies and societies? Will it change us for better or for worse?

On Campus: The Johns Hopkins University School

21/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

Pursuing a Professional Graduate Degree in International Affairs - Join admissions representatives from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies who will present on international affairs degree options, admissions requirements, financial aid offerings, networking and career opportunities. A question and answer session will follow after the presentation. Students from all academic disciplines are welcome to attend.

On Campus: Researchers in Schools

22/11/2016: Event starts at 1pm

The RIS programme is the only fully-salaried route into teaching tailored to PhD researchers.

We're looking for candidates with outstanding interpersonal skills and a desire to improve the prospects of pupils. As a subject leader within your school, you'll help support pupils, regardless of background, to progress to higher education.

Find out more about what the programme can offer you, how RIS is specifically designed for researchers and the programme's benefits, including

  • The salary and uplift scheme
  • One day per week to focus on promoting university access, research, and increasing subject specialism
  • Honorary academic status from a research-intensive university