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This Week! Manchester Graduate Fair 2012

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Looking for a graduate job or a student placement for 2013? Manchester is holding it's national fair hosting over 160 recruiters over two days.

This national fair is hosting over 160 recruiters offering jobs and placements in a wide range of roles across the finance, business, management, engineering, science & technology sectors.

+ 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
+ CV Clinic
+ Free entry

When and Where:
+ Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th October, 2012
+ 10.30am - 4.00pm
+ Manchester Central Convention Centre
(Sat Nav: M2 3GX)

Exhibitors include: AMEC, Atkins, Balfour Beatty, Centrica, Cummins Ltd, Essar Oil UK Ltd, Jaguar Land Rover, Microsoft, National Grid, Siemens, United Utilities, Unipart Group, Web Applications, Accenture, Bloomberg, Citi, Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd, The Co-operative Group, Ernst & Young, John Lewis Partnership, Lloyds Banking Group, National Audit Office, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sainsbury's and many more.

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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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