Our employer network is keen to meet UCL students, develop your skills, and offer their insight into the world of work. UCL Careers is running it's usual programme of employer events virtually, primarily during lunchtimes and evenings to avoid clashing with teaching time.
You can log into myUCLCareers to view our events calendar and register for those you'd like to attend. To be the first to know when new events are added, you can edit your account preferences on myUCLCareers to receive notifications.
To help look after the health of the UCL community during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, events will mainly take place remotely / online, (using a variety of online event platforms), as it is safer to do. Please follow the booking guidelines for different event types below for further details.
Recruitment and networking events
- Careers fairs: A large number of employers from a particular sector all in one event to promote their opportunities.
- Employer presentations: Individual companies delivering lecture style presentations about their organisations and vacancies with Q&A opportunities.
- Sector themed weeks: A week of events which focus on a specific industry sector. Each themed week has a varied programme of events led by industry professionals and Careers Consultants to help you learn more about each sector and build your contacts network.
- Researchers' programme: An employer led series of sector specific panels / networking events aimed specifically at research students and staff.
- Jobs Market: A more general recruitment fair with no specific sector focus – covers a wide range of internship and graduate scheme opportunities.
Skills development events
- Career Essentials programme: A series of Careers Consultant led talks covering topics such as career planning, personality profiling, job hunting, networking, writing applications and preparing for interviews and assessment centres.
- Career Essentials Group Work Programme: A new series of small group workshops covering topics such as tailoring your CV effectively and writing speculative applications, allowing you to work with other students to develop your applications, share ideas and receive advice from the trained facilitator.
- Employer-led skills sessions: A mix of employer-led workshops / panel sessions; one-to-one coaching on interview skills or write effective applications and practice assessment centres.
- Researchers programme: For research students and staff, this bespoke programme of Careers Consultant led events will help you with next steps whether you're planning to stay in academia or looking at other options.
- Business competitions & challenges: Challenge yourself against students across the country and win prizes including paid internships!