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Help promote the Postgraduate Study Fair and Law Fair to students

20 Oct 2010

Helping undergraduates with their career choices

The MLP, Careers & Employability Division is hosting two more careers fairs this semester to help undergraduates with their career choices. I appreciate this is a really busy time for you. but please can you help promote these two events to your students in whatever way you think best.

Perhaps you could email them or announce something at the end of a lecture if you have time? If you have a newsletter or webpage and need a graphic or more details, please do let me know. Also if you'd like any posters or flyers, again, please just ask.

Thank you for whatever you can do to help - it's much appreciated.


16 November: The Law Fair
Manchester Central (G-MEX), 12.30pm – 4pm

Around 100 exhibitors will be attending The Law Fair on 16 November. Visitors have the chance to meet with a variety of Law Firms and legal course providers from throughout the UK.

Our students are given the best possible opportunity to find jobs, training contracts and courses in the legal sector by face-to-face meetings and they don't even have to leave Manchester. Key London law firms like Allen & Overy, Jones Day and Clifford Chance exhibit side by side with more local firms and course providers such as The College of Law and representatives from official bodies such as the Bar Council and the Institute of Legal Executives.

More information online at:


17 November: The Postgraduate Study Fair
Manchester Central (G-MEX), 10.30am – 4pm

On 17 November, we welcome a record number of exhibitors to the Postgraduate Study Fair - over 95 organisations will be giving information on postgraduate courses, not just in the UK but also overseas in Eire, Australia, New Zealand, America, Germany, Switzerland.

Through the Talks Programme, visitors can get advice on funding, studying overseas, getting into teaching, and what is involved in studying for a masters or a PhD.

More information online at: