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Newcastle University Recruitment and Placements Fair


Newcastle Civic Centre

Come along and meet local and national employers from a wide range of sectors offering work placement opportunities and graduate vacancies starting Summer/Autumn 2018.


Date/Time: 16 October 2017 - 18 October 2017, 10:30 - 15:30

Venue: Newcastle Civic Centre

The fair will be held at Newcastle Civic Centre over 3 days and is open to penultimate, final year students and graduates from any university and all degree disciplines. 

Newcastle University students should bring their smartcard for easier and quicker access into the event. Students from other universities will be asked to sign in prior to entering.

Which organisations will be at the fair?

Employers from a range of sectors including finance, engineering, law, retail and marketing will be there looking to fill their roles for 2018.  Organisations with further study and professional training opportunities will also be attending.  

There will be different employers at the fair each day:

Day 1: Engineering, Science and Technology

Day 2: Business, Management & Finance

Day 3: Law

Click here to view a full list of the employers attending over the three days.

 Further details are available on Newcastle University's website.


Event Details

Newcastle Civic Centre
Barras Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne


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