Fairs at Liverpool
Here at the University of Liverpool our annual fairs programme includes three of the country’s largest sector specific fairs in Autumn, a general careers fair in Spring and a series of specialist events targeted at specific groups of students through the year.
- Liverpool Business, Finance & Law Fair
11th October 2017, The Crypt Hall, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
- Liverpool Science, Engineering & Technology Fair
12th October 2017, The Crypt Hall, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
- Liverpool Health & Medical Professionals Fair - TBC
Our fairs are highly regarded by employers, students and graduates. This makes our fairs programme one of the biggest and best attracting around 5,500 students and over 250 graduate recruiters annually.
It’s no secret that fairs are one of the best ways to engage students, raise your company profile and a cost-effective way to target recent graduates who are still actively job-seeking.
Attending fairs will also provide you with the opportunity to add a personal touch to your graduate recruitment campaign showcase yourself as a main player in the graduate recruitment market and offer the forum to meet with a captive committed audience.
What makes Liverpool Different?
You will meet excellent candidates. Academic standards at the University of Liverpool are high. Undergraduates begin their courses with average A-level grades of two As and a B. There is also a strong emphasis on enhancing student employability at the University of Liverpool.
We can help you meet your social mobility targets. 87.7% of our students are from state schools or colleges and 9.6% are from ‘low participation neighbourhoods’ – making us the most socially diverse university in the Russell Group
We are one of the High Flyers top 25 most targeted universities. We understand our employer needs and will work with you to get the exposure you require.
Follow the link on the left to find out more about our current events, exhibitor packages, fees and to book a place.
For more information about the fairs please contact Jpoole@liverpool.ac.uk