Careers Network

Meet employers

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At Loughborough there are many opportunities to meet employers at Careers Fairs and one off events such as employer presentations, skills sessions and 'drop-ins'. Meeting employers on campus is a good way to explore a range of career options in an informal environment. Talk directly to recruiters, and hear about their career stories and insider advice. They are often Loughborough graduates themselves!

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Science Placements & Careers Fair 2019

Wednesday 13th November 2019
1.00pm – 5.00pm
James France Exhibition Area 

 

An opportunity to engage with a variety of employers looking to recruit Science students as well as interact with returning placement students from the School of Science.

Also included will be the opportunity to:

  • meet employers
  • gain insight and tips
  • access a CV clinic
  • attend a industry panel presentation
  • attend a industry Q&A panel 

 

The Careers Fair is free to attend and there is no need to book. 

 

Download the Careers Fair Plus app, to find out more about employers and to plan your visit. 

 

 

 

Employer Presentations, Workshops and Drop-Ins

Employers on campus

There are no more employers booked to visit campus in Semester 1, please check back here at the end of January, where we will add any employers visiting in Semester 2.

Please visit Careers Online www.lboro.targetconnect.net/home.html for further information on events and to book your place.

Making the most of careers fairs

From small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to corporations with offices around the world, a range of employers attend our careers fairs. These events present the opportunity to network informally with employers to find out as much as possible about the different career paths you may want to explore.

Careers fairs are open to all students and a mixture of employers offering placements and graduate roles are present. Remember that about two thirds of employers will be open to recruiting students from any course of study, so don't assume that your degree won't be relevant and keep your options open.

Attend careers fairs to:

  • Learn more about what opportunities are available and what employers look for
  • Meet employers and recent graduates and build your professional network
  • Find out about recruitment processes
  • Be noticed and get a head start in your applications

Further advice on making the most of a careers fair is in the following PDF:

Find out more information about our careers fairs below. Each entry will be updated with current information closer to the fair dates.