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  • Consultancy Event

    The Cambridge Consultancy fair set the benchmark very high for other university fairs …


    Booking Form: Please submit a PDF booking form via Adobe. If you have problems with this form please use the RTF version. Please read our Booking Conditions carefully (bookings will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis). 

    Description: This event covers a wide range of areas within consultancy, such as business process, environmental, economic, IT, strategy, technology as well as management and strategy.

    Open To: Organisations offering graduate level employment opportunities and/or internships within the consultancy sector, and to professional bodies.

    See the sample programme which includes an example programme entry and event advertising/sponsorship options.

    Stand: Curved 'Pop-up' OR up to 3 'banner' stands, not both, positioned behind your table (3mx2m pitch - no shell scheme). For any other stand type please contact the events team in advance due to size/weight restrictions on the lift.

    Representatives: Three representatives per pitch is the permitted maximum.

    Extra Info: Wifi and electricity available. Lunch, and refreshments provided throughout the event, in the University Centre.

    2018 Attendance Stats: 1242 students (up from 1008 in 2017). Overall 40% were female. 412 were postgraduates; and of the 768 undergraduates, 49% were finalists and 38% penultimate years. The disciplines most strongly represented among the undergraduates were: natural sciences - 166, engineering - 131 economics - 125, human, social and political sciences - 43, and mathematics 39.