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The Spring Graduate Fair in Scotland – 6th March 2013

The Spring Graduate Fair in Scotland

Wednesday 6th March 2013, 10am–5pm, Thistle Hotel, Glasgow
Graduate jobs, internships and much more. Meet over 50 recruiters including Morgan Stanley, Abercrombie & Fitch and IBM. Bring along your CV and have it checked by our qualified career advisers.

FREE to attend and open to ALL students and graduates from ALL universities.
For more information and exhibitor list, visit


The Spring Graduate Fair in Scotland 2012

The Spring Graduate Fair in Scotland is back again this year with over 50 exhibitors, skills workshops, careers advice and much more! Presentations by Morgan Stanley, Google and others include advice on CV checks and how to impress the interview panel. Visitors will get a chance to find out about graduate recruitment opportunities, internships and volunteering from companies and organisations present.

The event is organised by the Careers Service, University of Glasgow in conjunction with AGCAS (The Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services) and we are delighted to announce Morgan Stanley as the main sponsor and Graduate Prospects as our additional sponsor.

The event is free to attend, so arrive early to make sure you have enough time to visit all the stands!

To find out more about the event and who is exhibiting at this year’s event visit the event website



Scottish Graduate Fair 18th & 19th October SECC Glasgow

Tuesday 18 October 2011, 2-7pm

Wednesday 19 October 2011, 11am-4pm

The Scottish Graduate Fair is the highlight of the recruitment season.  Now in its 22nd year, it is the biggest graduate, postgraduate and internship recruitment event in Scotland attracting over 4,000 students and graduates of all disciplines and approximately 100 graduate employers and postgraduate recruiters.  Students and graduates from all universities are welcome to attend.

For more information:

Click here to download the Scottish Graduate Fair 2011 Guide

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