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The Liverpool Graduate Careers Festival will be held in St George’s Hall on Wednesday 9 October.
This is a major event in the graduate recruitment calendar and will be attended by 65 top employers, as well as organisations offering further study and training opportunities.
This is an opportunity for final year students in particular to meet face-to-face with the UK’s leading graduate recruiters and find out about graduate vacancies. Penultimate year students can also use the opportunity to discover placement and internship opportunities.
Dr Paul Redmond, Director of Employability & Educational Opportunities, said: “Our University has a strong reputation for employability among the UK’s leading graduate recruiters. Events like this are a great opportunity for our students to explore their options, and encouraging students to attend is key to continuing that success.”
More than 70 % of the vacancies advertised at the festival will be open to students from any degree discipline, and some 2,000 students are expected to attend.
For further information about the event, please contact Joanne Poole on 0151 794 5825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.liverpoolfairs.org.uk/
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