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DMUworks Graduate Recruitment and Placements Fair 2021


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Do you want a graduate level career when you leave university?

Do you feel you need to boost your employability skills?

Did you know we can help you achieve this whilst you are at university?

DMUworks offers students the chance to boost their employability skills whilst at University through our many services whatever year you are in. 

They are holding a DMUworks Showcase week which allows you to find out more about the services they offer, attend employer webinars and speak to employers at their Virtual Careers Fair.

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The DMUworks Showcase takes place week commencing Monday 25 October 2021.  Please see below for the schedule:

Monday 25 October:

Discovery Day

Sessions include: A keynote speech from our Head of Careers, a showcase of our services, a coaching session to help you succeed in your career, Disability and your career, How to use MyGateway, Launching your own business, How to prepare for the Virtual Careers Fair

Tuesday 26 October:

Experiences Day

5 ways to gain work experience, CV tips, Networking, The value of Placements, Interview and Assessment Centre tips, Hear from current placement students

Wednesday 27 October:

Future Options

Where to start your graduate  job search, Is a Masters or PhD right for you? Post grad placements, Enterprise event, Recruitment/Application Process overview: CV/application form, Cover letter, Psychometric Tests and interviews, DMU for Life

Thursday 28 October:

DMUworks - Ask us anything

Drop-in to ask us any questions you have relating to your career, Enterprise Hour: Start-up school preview

Friday 29 October:

The Graduate Recruitment and Placements Virtual Careers Fair

Over 80 exhibitors offering graduate roles, placement roles, Internships, Volunteering, careers advice with many webinars taking place on the day. 

Click here for more information including a full list of exhibitors, events and to book your place.

Posted on Tuesday 28th September 2021

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