TARGETpostgrad- Aston University Postgraduate Study & Funding Fair

Type: Exhibition
Date: 28 Nov 2017
Start time: 11:00
End time: 14:00
Cost: Free
Location: Conference Aston Meeting Suites

Open to:

  • Any potential postgraduate students
Contact: For more information contact University of Liverpool at

About the event

The Aston University Postgraduate Study & Funding Fair is bringing together local, national and international institutions to provide you with the best postgrad advice. The fair is a must-attend event for all those looking to secure a postgraduate course.

Did you know you could increase your employability by 85% with a postgraduate qualification?

Free to attend seminars

Attend a range of seminars during the day including talks on funding your studies, careers, personal development and postgraduate education:

Degree Apprenticeships – Earn While You Learn: Sarah Fulwood, Aston University

Business Model Canvas– An Introducation to Student Enterprise: Carolyn Keenan and Sarah Benbow, Aston Enterprise Team

Professional Development Programme: Elsa Zenatti Daniels, International and Student Development Lead, Aston Business School

Future Proofing Your Career: Iwan Griffiths, Postgraduate Careers Consultant, Aston Business School.

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