Careers Fairs and Events
Our careers fairs and events present you with a platform to promote your vacancies, build brand awareness and interact both physically and virtually with your future talent.
At NTU, we believe in success for all and value the time and expertise that employers bring to our students’ development, therefore, there is no charge associated with our employability engagement events.
2023-24 Careers Fairs
The timeline for the 2023-24 careers fair series is outlined below.
NTU careers fairs take place in-person, across a number of our campuses, simultaneously using our established online system as a platform for students to prepare for the events and research exhibitors.
Our fairs are open to NTU students and graduates from all courses and disciplines to attend. On the day, we invite you to explore all the possibilities and start the conversation with future employees from backgrounds you may not have traditionally considered.
|Careers Fair||Date/ Time||Location|
|Wednesday 18 October 2023, 11 am - 3 pm|
Newton Building, City Campus
|Built Environment Careers Fair||Wednesday 25 October 2023, 11 am - 3 pm||Newton Building, City Campus|
|STEM Careers Fair||Tuesday 7, Wednesday 8, Thursday 9 November |
2023, 11 am - 3 pm
|Pavilion Building, Clifton Campus|
|Life Sciences and Environment Fair||Wednesday 15 November 2023, 11 am - 2 pm||Lyth Building, Brackenhurst Campus|
|Nottingham Law School Law Fair||Tuesday 28 November 2023, 5 pm - 7:30 pm||Newton Building, City Campus|
|Spring Careers Fair||Tuesday 5 March 2024, 11 am - 3 pm||Newton Building, City Campus|
Tailored university engagement creates sustainable talent pipelines
There are a number of additional ways to raise the profile of your organisation, promote your recruitment opportunities and engage with our cohorts, both on-campus and online.
We don’t offer a one-size fits all menu of engagement activities. Instead, we are committed to understanding exactly what your organisation needs and providing tailored support and cost-effective solutions to create sustainable relationships. These interactions will be mutually beneficial – solving a business challenge or resource shortage in your team, whilst equipping students and graduates with practical skills and pertinent industry insight to enhance their employability journeys at NTU.
Engaging with NTU Employability will lay the foundations to create a pipeline to student and graduate talent that meets the needs of your organisation.
Examples of ways employers have previously engaged with NTU talent include:
- Practice Assessment Centres
- Employer presentations
- In-curriculum projects and challenges
- Short-term placements.
To find the right engagement solution, bespoke to your business needs, start the conversation with email@example.com / 0115 848 2189.