Saturday 14 October 2023. Exhibitors from 10:30 - 13:30
Examination Schools, 75-81 High St, OX1 4BG
Sign up for the Science, Engineering and Technology Fair
The Science, Engineering and Technology Fair offers Oxford University students, researchers and alumni the chance to explore internships and graduate roles in a variety of technical areas.
Organisations attending range from leading global companies to specialist technology firms with a focus on energy, engineering consultancy, science R&D, patent work, IT, transport, and many more. Oxford University careers advisers will also be on hand to answer your questions.
The Science, Engineering and Technology Fair is open to all Oxford University students, but of particular interest to those studying science, engineering, computing or maths.
Pre-registration is not mandatory but don't forget to bring your University Card!
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- Alumni @ the Science, Engineering and Technology Fair, 09:30 - 10:30, at the Examination Schools. Advice session for alumni attending the fair, with tips on how to make the most of it.
- Researchers @ the Science, Engineering and Technology Fair, 09:45 - 10:15, at the Examination Schools. Talk informally with a careers adviser about options for researchers and find out how to get the most from the fair.
- Finding Scientific and Technical Internships, 10:00 - 10:30, at the Examination Schools. An overview of the many ways to gain experience and secure internships in the science and technology sector, including opportunities in university labs and research institutes.
Make the most of the fair
- Start planning your next career steps or focus your search
- Find full time jobs, graduate schemes and internships in the science, engineering and technology sectors
- Find out more on how to make the most of the careers fair.
The PDF booklet with details of the recruiters at the Oxford University Careers Fair will be made available a week before the event takes place.
Note that this event is only open to Oxford University students, researchers, and alumni.