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Engineering, Science and Technology Event

A well-attended event from my firm's perspective. All the students who approached us had a clear interest in our industry, and had prepared beforehand.

Booking: RTF format / PDF format.  Please read our Booking Conditions carefully.

Description: Due to high demand from recruiters and students to attend this extremely popular event it will continue to be held over two days, giving students the opportunity to meet different organisations each day.

Open To: Organisations offering opportunities in areas such as telecommunications, engineering, IT (software and hardware), manufacturing, patent work, pharmaceutical, research and development, science and technology, transport, and power/utilities.

Important Info: It is not possible to attend both days. Please do add both dates to your diary as, in order to offer students the most appropriate range of organisations, we will not confirm the day allocated to you immediately.  It is the responsibility of organisation likely to attract student protests to advise us at the point of booking.

Cost: £885 plus VAT. (Please read our booking terms and conditions).

Stand: 'Pop-up' OR 'banner' stands to be positioned behind table and chairs in your 3mx2m pitch (no shell schemes). If you wish to bring fixed structures please contact the events team in advance due to size/weight restrictions on the lift. Wifi and electricity provided.

Representatives: Three representatives per pitch is the permitted maximum. We advise two technical representatives and one member of HR.

Extra Info: Wifi and electricity available. Lunch and refreshments provided throughout the event. The event takes place at the University Centre.

See an example programme entry and explore our event advertising/sponsorship options by clicking on the sample programme above.

2017 Attendance Stats: A total of 1433 students met 125 organisations. The disciplines most represented amongst undergraduates included: Natural Sciences - 432, Engineering - 317, Mathematics - 81, and Computer Science - 77.

Day 1 saw 789 students, 21% of the student audience this day were postgraduates. Of the 572 undergraduates, 35% were final year and 27% were penultimate year.

Day 2 saw 644 students, 22% of the students this day were postgraduates. Of the 466 undergraduates, 39% were final year and 32% were penultimate year.