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Welcome to the Pakistan Job Fair at The University of Manchester

In association with The British Council, Pakistan

Wednesday 26 February 2014
1pm - 4pm
The Alan Turing Building, The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester is delighted to welcome 15 Pakistan organisations to campus to meet our students and discuss their opportunities for 2014/15.

Why attend?

This is an excellent opportunity to find out about graduate opportunities for 2014 entry; internships and what employers want from graduates returning to Pakistan after UK study. Meet employers, secure interviews and ask your questions.

Which recruiters will be there?

Confirmed exhibitors are:

  • Abacus Consulting
  • Allied Bank Limited
  • British Council – Services for International Education Marketing
  • Engro
  • The Express Tribune (Media Partner)
  • Lucky Cement
  • Mitchell’s Fruit Farms Ltd
  • SEED
  • Sidat Hyder (SHMA)
  • View full exhibitor details

Who is it for?

The fair is open to Manchester students from Pakistan in all years of study. Employers are recruiting across all sectors, but with a particular focus upon scientists, engineers, IT and business.

Students from The University of Salford, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Leeds, University of Sheffield, University of Lancaster and University of Leicester are welcome to attend this fair.

Find out the latest details of employers exhibiting on this site and make sure you take a look at the Making the most of the fair section which will help you know what to expect, prepare effectively and perform well on the day.

Register to attend

In order to attend the fair, you need to register in advance.

Once you have registered, print out your ticket and bring it with you to the fair, in order to gain entry.

Additional workshop

'Creating your own enterprise and turning it into a multi-national in Pakistan - the potential of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship in Pakistan'

We are delighted to welcome Mr Faraz Khan of Seed Ventures to Manchester who will be sharing his insights at the close of the fair. Mr Faraz Khan is a UK based Pakistani social entrepreneur who believes in bringing about positive change in society through entrepreneurship and trade.

This session is particularly targeted towards Pakistani studnets, although other international students and staff with particular interest in social entrepreneurship are welcome.

For full details please see the Faraz Khan workshop page on this website.

Photograph of Alan Turing building

Alan Turing Building