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Recruiters

City prides itself on its distinctive focus on business and the professions, and our graduates are exceptionally well-regarded by recruiters.

We offer various profile raising opportunities each year, providing employers with the means to meet and address our students.

For more information on how to get involved and what our service offers, read our Services for Employers booklet, look around on our website or contact us on 020 7040 4681. We are always happy to meet with you in person in order to discuss your business needs and work together to help you meet your recruitment targets.

Career Fairs at City in 2019

DateTimeFair
19th June 2019 14:00-16:30 Graduate Jobs Fair
2nd October 201914:00-16:30Business, Finance and Economics Fair
16th October 2019 14:00-16:30 Law and Social Sciences Fair
6th November 2019 14:00-16:30 Engineering and Technology Fair

We offer special discounts for organisations that attend more than one Fair.

The Employer Engagement team at City, University of London were named a finalist in the Most Improved Commitment to Employability category at the National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) Awards on March 1st 2019. They were shortlisted as one of top five in the UK.

The winners of the 2019 National Undergraduate Employability Awards, organised by RMP Enterprise, were announced on Friday 1st March at etc. Venues, Bishopsgate, London.

Celebrating the outstanding achievements of employers, universities and students in the field of undergraduate work experience, the Awards saw 500 people come together to raise a glass to the industry’s finest.

The audience was treated to an afternoon of inspiring speakers including athlete and national treasure Col. Dame Kelly Holmes (DBE), Stephen Isherwood (ISE), Robyn Howard (PwC) and, for the first time, a student panel discussion with four students from across the UK.