Careers Service

Graduate Jobs Fair (2020 date TBC)

Why should you exhibit at this fair?

Target student audience:

  • The fair is targeted at final year undergraduate and postgraduate students who are graduating this year. Typically, the fair welcomes around 600 students and graduates from a wide range of disciplines.
  • The fair is part of the AGCAS National Summer Fairs Programme and welcomes students and graduates from other universities, so is ideal for promoting the full range of your roles and promoting your organisation.
  • The Graduate Jobs Fair (formerly Edinburgh Graduate Recruitment Fair) is the largest summer careers fair in Scotland.

Suitable for:

  • Employers who are currently recruiting for vacancies starting in 2019.
  • The fair is designed to showcase employers of all sizes: both large graduate recruiters and SMEs.
  • We welcome exhibitors from all sectors. Students come from a wide range of disciplines.

 

‘The students were excellent, a good fit for our roles and enthusiastic.’

2016 Exhibitor 

About the fair

When:  TBC

Venue:  McEwan Hall

Cost: TBC

The exhibition rate includes:

  • Stand space 2.5m wide x 2.5m deep, with 1 trestle table and 2 chairs.
  • Tablecloth
  • Wifi pass
  • Entry in our Exhibitor Listings

We recognise that cost can be a barrier to attending a fair for SMEs looking to promote their opportunities and brand. We are delighted to be able to offer a number of discounted rates exclusively for SMEs and have a few limited free spaces for small-micro organisations. To secure a discounted rate, please email employers@ed.ac.uk

How do I book?

Bookings for 2020 are not open. If you wish to receive an invitation when bookings launch, please email employers@ed.ac.uk.

 

 

May 25 2020 -

Graduate Jobs Fair (2020 date TBC)

The largest summer careers fair in Scotland, the Graduate Jobs Fair (formerly Edinburgh Graduate Recruitment Fair) is a one-day recruitment event designed to help your organisation fill vacancies by meeting high-calibre, graduating students.

McEwan Hall, University of Edinburgh, EH8 9AG