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London Graduate Fair Summer 2018

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Come and see us at the London Graduate fair on the 20th of June. Up to 65 top employers and training providers, pre-register now!

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 course. It's just two days until The London Graduate Fair from CoSector Events – the biggest national graduate recruitment fair in London this summer. 

Pre-register now for fast-track entry

Wednesday 20 June 2018
11am – 5pm
Senate House, University of London, Russell Square, London WC1E 7HU

Latest exhibitors to book include: TeachFirst, The Information Lab, ICAEW, Frontline and Filmlight

- Up to 65 top employers & training providers
- Free Presentation programme including Leading Women: a series of talks by inspirational women in the workplace
- Free CV Surgery

 All Senate House public areas are wheelchair accessible and we provide a sign language interpreter. For any other requirements, please contact the Events Team on or call us on 020 7863 6050.

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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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