What Career Live? and What University Live? : London 2018

  • Date: 12th October 2018 to 13th October 2018
  • Location: Olympia London
  • URL: Event Link

With so many options available for school and college leavers, deciding what to do next can be a daunting prospect. What Career Live? and What University Live? tackle this problem by offering 15-19 year olds the chance to explore the full range of post-school options in one place, in everything from apprenticeships with the UK’s top employers to university study.

At the events you can:

  • Explore different apprenticeships with top employers
  • Compare universities from across the UK and abroad
  • Get careers advice at talks and one-to-one advisory sessions
  • Be inspired about different industries at interactive workshops

The events take place in Birmingham, London and Liverpool and welcome thousands of students, parents and school groups to visit.

How to visit:
To book free tickets to attend, visit www.whatcareerlive.co.uk or call 020 8394 5290.

How to exhibit:
Companies and organisations who would like to recruit school leavers at the event should contact Tom Hill on whatlive@vmgl.com or call 020 8394 5286.

Further Information

Find out more about this event by calling us on 01536 513388
or emailing us at info@youthemployment.org.uk
or visiting the event website

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