2015 Careers in Engineering Fair – physicists wanted…

The 2015 Careers in Engineering Fair takes place on the 4th November, 2-5pm in the large new classroom in the Sanderson Building.  Attending will be 37 employers many of whom are keen to speak to physicists at all levels: undergraduate, MSc and PhD/EngD.  Come along to find out about graduate jobs, summer internships and placements!

Please make a note in your diary as this is not something to be missed – CERN are coming all the way from their large hadron collider in Switzerland….! CERN will be at the Fair and are also giving a presentation from 1-2pm in LT-1 of the Sanderson Building

There will also be 4 short (40-minute) panel sessions running at the same time as the Fair:

  • Careers Outside Oil & Gas – what else can you do given the current malaise in the offshore industry? (Especially aimed at Chemical Eng, but all are welcome to attend).
  • Consulting vs Contracting – how do these two popular job routes compare?  What are the differences? (Especially aimed at Civil Eng, but all are welcome to attend)
  • Building Services Engineering – this is a sector very much in demand, with lots of vacancies – but few students seem to be aware of it!  Come and find out more (Especially aimed at Electronic and Electrical Eng  and Mechanical Eng, but all are welcome to attend).

However, the Fair isn’t about turning up on the day and wondering around aimlessly picking up brochures and freebies…

You should attend the fair having done some research, so here is copy of the Fair Guide in PDF format for you to browse. Careers in Engineering Fair Guide

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