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Don't Miss The London Graduate Fair 2018 (Autumn)

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This week is The London Graduate Fair organised by CoSector – University of London – the biggest national graduate recruitment fair in London this Autumn.

Here at the Graduate Recruitment Bureau we want to make sure you're seeing the very best and most relevant graduate jobs and internships available for your university qualification. 

This week is The London Graduate Fair organised by CoSector – University of London – the biggest national graduate recruitment fair in London this Autumn.

Tuesday 9 October 2018
11am – 5pm

  • Senate House, University of London, Russell Square, London WC1E 7HU
  • Up to 60 top employers & training providers
  • Free Presentation programme - includes general careers advice, sector-specific talks and our stream of Leading Women presentations (to mark the 150th anniversary of women in Britain first gaining access to university education)
  • Free CV Surgery
  • FREE TO ATTEND!
  • Pre-register now for fast-track entry

  

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Now in our 20th year, Graduate Recruitment Bureau (GRB) is the UK's highest review-rated graduate recruitment consultancy. Every day our teams of sector-specific experts get contacted by major graduate recruiters, SMEs and start-ups who are looking for high calibre university students and graduates.

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