Student Feedback : "It's a great opportunity for students to find a job"

"We organise the part-time jobs fair to support our students given the continued financial challenges that students face. We wanted to highlight the range of openings that are available to students in Aberdeen and last year we had over 20 employers recruiting students on the day."

Lorraine Pitman, Careers Consultant

" It is an awesome opportunity for new students "

Student Feedback supports the value of this event. As well as supporting student finances part-time work is an important way in which you can demonstrate your work related skills to a future graduate employer. Research suggests that employers favour applicants who have real work experience when hiring graduates.

The Careers Centre supports students and recent graduates develop their career planning, employability and job search skills to remain competitive in the job market. We can offer you:

  •  Career Advice
  •  CV Consultations
  •  Interview Technique & Practice
  •  Vacancy Sourcing

More information on part time work and the application process

Visit the Careers and Employability Centre today to discuss how you can start preparing for the fair.

Your Guide

Your guide to making the most of the fair

Graduate careers fairs are important events for you to network with graduate employers.  They provide you with the opportunity to learn more about their vacancies, how to apply and why you should work for them.


Prior to the Careers Fair we recommend that you: 

1. Review the Attending Employers.

2. Research companies/organisations you are interested in.

3. Prepare a copy of your CV. 

    Review the online CV training materials 

    Refer to the Careers Handbook - CVs section 

    Attend a drop in session to discuss your final draft



On the day :

1. Dress appropriately for the event - First Impressions Count

2. Research - Identify the location of the employers that you want to meet.

3. Network - Find out information, get advice and build your contacts

4. Sell Yourself - understand your skills and talk confidently about your degree, projects and relevant work experience.

5. Update your CV - Provide a copy of your CV to the Employer.


Visit the Careers and Employability Centre today to discuss how you can start preparing for the fair.

Employers Attending