If you are from Pakistan and are intending to return home to work after completing your course, or at least want to keep that option open, then this event is for you.
It is a Job Fair run by the University of Manchester in association with The British Council Pakistan and is open to Pakistani students from selected other universities including the University of Sheffield.
It is on Wednesday 26 February 2014, 1pm - 4pm in The Alan Turing Building, The University of Manchester.
There will be 15 Pakistan organisations available to discuss their opportunities for 2014/15, including: Engro, Sidat Hyder Associates, Abacus Consulting, Allied Banking Limited (ABL), Netsol, Lucky Cement, Mitchells, Express Tribune, SEED, and the British Council Pakistan.
It 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.
The Fair is open to students all years of study. Employers are recruiting across all sectors, but with a particular focus upon scientists, engineers, IT and business.
You can find out the latest details of employers exhibiting on the website 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.
In order to attend the fair, you need to register in advance. Once you have registered, print out your ticket and take it with you to the fair, in order to gain entry.
There will also be a workshop on 'Creating your own enterprise and turning it into a multi-national in Pakistan - the potential of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship in Pakistan’. Mr Faraz Khan of Seed Ventures to Manchester will be sharing his insights at the close of the fair. He is a UK based Pakistani social entrepreneur who believes in bringing about positive change in society through entrepreneurship and trade.