Careers Fairs, Open Days, Research Funding Seminars – all coming up in the next three weeks…

Upcoming events for the remainder of the merry month of March, starting about, oooh…NOWish…

Scrub Hare (Lepus saxatilis)9 March*: Careers in Computing and Media, Cockcroft Hall, Moulsecoomb. Get full details of who’s attending and how to prepare at *Yes, today, In fact in about three hours at time of writing this. No pressure, then…

13 March: HM Treasury Ethnic Minority Network open day. This event run by HM Treasury’s graduate recruitment team and Ethnic Minority Network will give you an insight into HM Treasury* and the work of Policy Advisers in the Civil Service.
*(after all who wouldn’t want to be part of a department whose achievements include things like this? – ed)

14 March: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council – how to get funding. Professor Anastasia Callaghan, University of Portsmouth, and BBSRC panel chair, is visiting the university to give a seminar on BBSRC research funding, which is open to all to attend. Confirm your attendance and/or get more info at

15 March: Talent2017, Brighton. A one-day jobs fair for the digital sector, powered by Wired Sussex. Find out about career opportunities and meet potential employers.

15 March: Spring Graduate Fair, University of London. Meet prospective employers and postgraduate training providers from ectors including Education, Finance, IT and Technology. Free CV Surgery and advice presentations also on offer. More info and register at

30 March: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Open Day. A huge variety of roles available at OUH including those in Allied Health Professions, IT, Laboratories and Pharmacy, Nursing, Radiology, Theatres and many more. More info and register at

31 March/1 April: National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition, Birmingham. It’s *the* national recruitment fair for the sectors and you should be there. Find out about the event and enter a team for the Engineering Challenge competition to show off your skills to potential recruiters.


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Paul Rothwell • 09/03/2017

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