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LONDON CAREER FORUM
LONDON CAREER FORUM 2017
April 15th (Sat.) & 16th (Sun.), 2017
The event information is for 2017. Information for 2018 will be available soon.
Wonderful Opportunity for Bilingual Students in Europe
DISCO, the producer of the world's largest Japanese-English bilingual job fairs, will be holding the annual London Career Forum on 15th & 16th April, 2017.

The event will offer bilingual graduates and professionals the chance to meet with top Japanese and other global companies wanting to hire internationally-minded job seekers from the European marketplace. Come along for the chance to interact directly with company recruiters, attend company seminars and potentially engage in formal one-on-one job interviews at the event itself.

Do not miss this opportunity to kick-start your career at this highly unique and specialised job hunting event.

[Business Attire Required] *Because the Career Forum is a formal job hunting event, business attire is required for all participants. Casual attire such as jeans, t-shirts and trainers will not be permitted at the event.

infoEvent Information

Date
April 15th (Sat.) & 16th (Sun.), 2017
Place
etc.venues 155 Bishopsgate
Address
Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 3YD

targetQualifications to Participate

《Japanese English Bilinguals》
  • Currently enrolled in a bachelor's, master's or Ph.D. program outside of Japan
  • Graduated from a bachelor's, master's or Ph.D. program outside of Japan
  • Student from Japan currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate exchange program
  • Working professionals
  • First and second-year undergraduates are also welcome to attend for internship opportunities, and to learn more about the companies

《Asian Bilinguals》
  • Technical major or highly skilled students and graduates fluent in English and any Asian language

timetableEvent Schedule

April 15th (Sat.) & 16th (Sun.), 2017
10:00
Registration starts
17:00
Registration closes
18:00
Forum closes