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Students can now register for two upcoming careers fairs that are set to take place in the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral on Tuesday, 6 March and Wednesday, 7 March 2018.
The first event is focused on health and medicine. However, students from all degrees are encouraged to attend either Fair. 70% of the opportunities available at the Liverpool Health and Medical Professionals Fair will be open to students from all disciplines.
The Fairs are your opportunity to talk to employers about paid internships, undergraduate placements and graduate opportunities. Our Careers and Employability team will also be at the Fairs with their Careers and Placements stand. The team will be on hand to offer advice about the support and opportunities available to you.
Careers Fairs App
We’ve introduced a new app to help you prepare and make the most of attending our careers fairs.
You can use the app to research exhibitors, their opportunities and bookmark your favourite exhibitors on the interactive floorplan before you arrive. You can register for the events and download the Careers Fair App here.
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