Meet our students

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Do you have opportunities you would like to share with a diverse and motivated student and graduate population?

Birmingham City University organises in person and virtual opportunities for you to meet students and recent graduates raising your company profile and promoting the range of opportunities available.

Some of the services on offer include:

Careers Fairs:
In person or virtual events take place throughout the year enabling you to meet with large number of students. Events may have an industry focus eg Engineering and IT, or promote wider opportunities eg Graduate Opportunities, or Volunteering with the 3rd Sector. Typical student attendance - 200-1000

Meet the Employer events:
These events enable your organisation to meet with students and recent graduates remotely or in person to promote specific opportunities you are recruiting for. These are usually more bespoke in nature with time for Q&A and follow up. Typical student attendance 50-150

Employer Stands on Campus:
In person opportunities enabling you to have a stand in a prime location and promote your brand and roles you have to students. Typical student attendance - up to 1000

Testimonial:

We have really enjoyed delivering information sessions with students about the Civil Service Fast Stream. The sessions were well organised, well attended and the students asked fantastic questions. Its has been a pleasure to work with the BCU careers team and I look forward to our continues relationship.

Naa Acquah, Policy Officer, Ministry of Justice, Departmental Operations Centre
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