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Spring Graduate Fair 2018 London | Pre-Register Now!

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London's biggest spring graduate careers fair is back for 2018. Hosted by the University of London at Senate House this Wednesday, make sure you pre-register in order to guarantee attendance...

Are you ready to launch your graduate career this spring? The biggest and best London careers fair, organised by CoSector - University of London, is back this Wednesday with their spring offering. Employers from all over the country, and spanning many different industries, will be gathering to advertise their graduate jobs, schemes, or postgraduate programmes. Make sure you're there in order to get your foot in the door with some of the country's top graduate employers.

When is it?

This Wednesday, the 14th of March 2018 from 12pm - 5pm.

Where is it?

University of London, Senate House, University of London, WC1E 7HU.

What's on offer?

- Network with prospective employers, all in one place!
- Bring along your CV and make a brilliant first impression (and maybe nab a graduate job!)
- Free expert careers talks
- Free CV surgery and advice sessions to help Oh and did we mention that's it's completely free to attend! All you need to do to guarantee your spot is to pre-register using the link below... PRE-REGISTERwww.springgradfair.co.uk
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