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Room A009, Ellison Building

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Interested in working in the sports industry but not sure what’s involved?  Wondering how you could get there from your degree? 

Sport and exercise is not a traditional graduate industry and thus does not have the conventional career pathways that other industries may have. However, the sport and exercise industry can provide many opportunities for you to build a satisfying and successful career due to its diverse and dynamic nature.  This session will show you the wide variety of roles available, how to find them and what employers are looking for you to demonstrate on your application to stand out from the competition.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this, nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk 

 

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Room A009, Ellison Building
City Campus


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