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Graduate Schemes & Internships Event

I was particularly impressed at the amount of information the students had researched beforehand, and how prepared they were with questions.

Description: This event is intended for students to find out about graduate roles (these do not have to be formal 'graduate schemes') and internships in sectors such as FMCG, Food/Drink, Retail and the Public Sector. It also covers Advertising, Branding, HR, PR and Property (within all sectors) as well as other areas not covered by the sector events it is grouped with.

Open To: Organisations offering graduate level roles and/or internships, ('internship' is the top Keyword search term!) whether a 'big name' multinational corporation or a small 'niche' firm; those who fall outside traditional sector events such as law, consultancy, or banking and finance; those promoting non-technical roles within a technical firm.

Cost: £680 plus VAT. (Please read our booking terms and conditions).

Stand: 'Pop-up' OR 'banner' stands to be positioned behind table and chairs on your 3mx2m pitch. If you wish to a bring a fixed structure please contact the events team in advance due to size/weight restrictions in 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

Please Note: It is the responsibility of organisations wishing to participate to advise us at the point of booking if they feel their firm is likely to attract student protest.  Security will be provided by CU Security and the venue.  Security staff provided by the organisation will not be permitted in the building.

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

2017 Attendance Stats: 737 students and 65 organisations attended. Of the student audience 504 were UK-based. 126 were postgraduates; and of the 580 undergraduates, 63% were finalists and 28% penultimate year students. The undergraduates were fairly evenly split between technical and non-technical disciplines.