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Manchester Big Careers Fair 2017 - Register Today!

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Have you pre-registered your place yet for Manchester's biggest graduate careers fair? Well, now is the time - don't miss out...

It's almost time for the Big Careers Fair in Manchester, and when better to pre-register so you can avoid queues? This national fair is hosting over 70 recruiters, over the two days, who will be offering jobs and placements. Day 1: These opportunities span across a range of commercial roles, including business, general management, HR, Marketing, Finance, Retail and Consultancy.

Day 2: This day caters to those looking for work in the Science, Technology and Engineering industries. The Big Careers Fair

• Students and graduates from all universities and years are welcome
• Speak directly to employers and find out what they look for in a prospective employee
• A programme of careers talks throughout the day
• FREE entry When and where:

• Tuesday 10th & Wednesday 11th October 2017
• 10.30am - 4.00pm both days
• Manchester Central Convention Centre
(Postcode: M2 3GX) Some of the many graduate employers that will be exhibiting include: Barclays, Deloitte, HM Treasury, HSBC, National Audit Office, Oracle, PwC, Procter & Gamble, Sky, Unilever, Virgin Media and many more. Skip the queues and pre-register now... PRE-REGISTER NOW
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