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Government Commercial Function (Civil Service) - Graduate Opportunities Presentation

Ellison Building, Room A002


The Government Commercial Function (Civil Service) is an increasingly important and exciting place to work (with £44 billion spend, high-profile, critical to good-value public services) with range of roles/entry-routes to match. 

This presentation will set the background to government commercial work, expand on type of departmental and other work (from submarines to borders to health-care!), and walk-through the main Fast-Stream entry scheme and any other relevant questions.

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Open to students of any discipline.


To book a space, please complete the form below. You may also be interested in the Civil Service Work Shadowing Programme Presentation which will immediately follow this session. For further information click here.

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Ellison Building, Room A002


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