Meet employers

Through speaking to employers and graduate recruiters you can understand more about what it’s like to work for them, what they look for in applicants, what career paths might be available to you and why you would want to work for them. It’s also a really good chance to develop your networking skills and work on making a good impression. 


Below are all of the activities that present you with the opportunity to meet and speak with representatives from employers and recruiters.

 

How can I meet employers?

Cass Undergraduate Programme - Your route to career success, professional placement programme
A placement year is a great opportunity to develop professional skills and complete your university degree with one year’s professional work experience. It will greatly enhance your employability,... More
The Alumni Relations Team regularly host networking events both in the UK and internationally. These events provide current and prospective students the opportunity to meet former students (alumni)... More
Professional Mentoring offers you the opportunity to engage in a developmental relationship with a person in industry over a six month period. Our Professional Mentors impart their knowledge and... More
The Micro-Placements Programme provides you with the opportunity to take on exciting short-term, convenient, career-exploration projects at an employer’s office for up to 5 weeks. This will allow you... More
The Industry Insights Programme gives City students exposure to a range of industries and sectors. Students may wish to explore industries directly related to their degree or simply because they have... More
Panel events, run in collaboration with top employers and City alumni, consist of a series of presentations followed by a networking reception. The aim of the events are to help you understand the... More
City career fairs are formally structured events where 20 to 35 employers are represented, each with their own stand. This is a rare opportunity to meet lots of companies within just a couple of... More
Employers will be based in the Careers Service for mock interviews or cv check sessions. The intention here is to allow students to talk informally on a one-to-one basis with representatives about... More
Employability Skills Tuesdays will prepare you to make the transition from education to work, exploring all aspects of the selection and recruitment process. These sessions will cover the skills that... More