Talk to Employers
Our Autumn Term Career Fairs focus on the following industry sectors:
- Management Consultancy
- Banking and Finance
- IT and Technology
- Brand and Communications
They will allow you to chat to senior managers, graduate recruiters and UCL alumni about jobs, selection procedures and what they are looking for from you. You can compare and contrast what different employers have on offer in one place at one time and ask the individual questions that matter to you. Find out more about our Careers Fairs...
Many recruiters deliver presentations throughout the Autumn and Spring terms to publicise their company and recruitment opportunities to UCL students and graduates.
Presentations of up to an hour provide an ideal opportunity for you to listen to representatives from specific organisations to find out about the company, opportunities available, their recruitment process and what it’s like to work for them.
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.
Find out more about Employer Presentations...
Attending events in a Themed Week can be an excellent way of learning more about a sector and getting a feel for the types of role and organisations within a professional field.
Events run throughout each week and include panel discussions / presentations and information sessions. They provide an ideal opportunity to ask specific questions to recruiters, alumni and career advisers to gain a better understanding of what employers actually look for in that sector.
These are not recruitment events so organisations attending will not be promoting specific vacancies or other opportunities.
Sectors covered include:
- Academia (October)
- Law (October/November)
- Life & Health Sciences (October/November)
- Museums, Cultural Heritage and The Arts (November)
- Charities and NGOs (February)
- Environment (February)
- The Media (March)
Find out more about Sector Themed Weeks...
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