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Have You Registered For The Spring Graduate Fair 2016 Yet?

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Looking for an exciting graduate position? Don't miss the ONLY national graduate recruitment fair in London this Spring - and it's on Wednesday! Pre-register now...

Graduating soon? Or still looking for that perfect graduate job? Don't miss out on the chance to get in front of the UK's best graduate employers, all in one place - the Spring Graduate Fair 2016.

At this year's Spring Graduate Fair, you can meet up to 70 prospective employers and training providers. You'll get the chance to network with scores of top employers and training providers from a wide range of sectors. You can find out about their graduate opportunities and even give them your CV!

Everyone is welcome - from any university, any degree discipline, whether you are a current student, recent graduate, career changer or mature student. So what are you waiting for?

When? Wednesday 16 March 2016, 12:00 to 17:00

Where? Senate House, University of London, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HU.

The Spring Graduate Fair:

- Dozens of prospective employers
- Postgraduate training providers
- Huge range of sectors
- Free CV advice service
- Presentations to kick-start your career
- Free to attend

To attend the Spring Graduate Fair this Wednesday, you must register first - it's FREE, but spaces are limited!

Start your graduate career today.

PRE-REGISTER

www.springgradfair.co.uk

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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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