Computing, Digital, Graduates, Marketing, Nursing and Policing – a March events round up for your pleasure…

Think it’s all over once #FocusOnYourFuture winds down? Tish and pish. Here’s what’s in our diary (and should be in yours) for March…

The march hare at the mad hatter's tea party, alice in wonderland

8 March, 1-3pm. Careers in Computing and Digital Media, Cockcroft Hall, Moulsecoomb. Aimed at Students in Computing, Media and Digital Media, or anyone considering a career in these sectors. Meet employers offering graduate and placement opportunities. The event is open to students in all years of study. Research the exhibitors at

14 March. Spring Graduate Fair, Senate House, University of London, is open to all students beginning their search for graduate opportunities, as well as finalists and graduates. Free to attend. Talk to employers and training providers, attend careers advice and CV workshops.

15 March. MVF Insight Day, London. Want to meet the UK’s fastest growing tech company? Sign up to meet MVF, the company awarded as one of the ‘Top 10 Best Companies To Work For’ by The Sunday Times. Register for the London Insight Day

16 March, 10am – 3pm. Nursing Recruitment Open Day, Evelina London at Central Hall, St Thomas Hospital, London. Evelina London Children’s Hospital is at the heart of a network of children’s health services across South East England, and has opportunities across all areas for Newly Qualified Nurses, including bespoke one and two year rotation programmes for newly registered nurses, which encompass many specialities and may also include PICU, NICU, Emergency Department, Community, Theatres and Research. For further information please email

Closing 23 March! The College of Policing is running a national police jobs and opportunities online event which takes the concept of a physical jobs and opportunities fair and puts it into an online space so that it may be accessed 24/7 and from any location and device. There are documents, videos and audio content to view as well as the opportunity to chat online to police officers and staff.


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Paul Rothwell • 20/02/2018

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