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Banking and Finance Event

In my opinion this is the best careers fair we attend... We met some thoughtful, prepared and intelligent students who were genuinely interested in what we had to say.

Sample Programme

Booking: Fully Booked

Please see the Joining Instructions- PDF format / RTF format - for important information about the day, and ensure your representatives are aware of the Booking Conditions your organisation has agreed to.

Students attend this event to research career opportunities in areas such as accountancy, actuarial work, asset management and investment management, commodities and derivatives trading, corporate banking, equity research, financial news and data, finance and technology development, hedge funds, independent financial advisers, insurance, regulatory and public sector bodies; as well as meeting professional bodies and learning about opportunities in further study.

Open To: Organisations offering graduate level employment opportunities and/or internships within banking/financial services, and professional bodies.

Cost: £1090 plus VAT. (Please read our booking terms and conditions).

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

Stand: 'Pop-up' OR 'banner' stands to be positioned behind table and chairs on 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.

Representatives: Three representatives per pitch is the permitted maximum.

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

2017 Attendance Stats: 782 students met 59 organisations with 70% of these students being male. 36% were postgraduates. Of the 468 undergraduates at the event, 35% were final year and 44% were penultimate year. The main undergraduate disciplines were: Economics - 128, Mathematics - 79, Natural Sciences - 74, Engineering - 40 and Land Economy - 38.