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Pre-Register TODAY: The London Graduate Fair 2016

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The London Graduate Fair is back! There are just two days to go until the biggest and best graduate recruitment fair this Wednesday. But have you registered yet? Read on for details...

There are just a few days left until The London Graduate Fair, from The Careers Group - and it's an unmissable event if you're on the hunt for your first graduate job.

The event is THIS Wednesday, the 22nd June 2016 from 11am - 6pm. It's located in Senate House, University of London, WC1E 7HU.

Some of the latest exhibitors you'll get the chance to meet include:

Abercrombie & Fitch, Barbri, BUNAC, ESCP Europe, Le Cordon Bleu, Oracle, Salmon, TARGETjobs, Triland Metals, Visiongain.

Not to mention, all these extra perks:

1000s of jobs across all sectors, the opportunity to meet up to 70 employers and training providers, free CV surgery, a free presentation programme - and the entire event is free too!

Pre-registering is essential to get the most out of your day.

PRE-REGISTER NOW

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