We hold an annual, sector specific Careers Fair, solely for our three branches of Nursing; Adult, Mental Health and Children & Young People. This offers a chance for organisations to promote themselves and their opportunities directly to those seeking employment or advice.
Students from all Nursing courses, and all year groups, are welcome to attend, as are BU graduates.
Information for students
Whether you know exactly what you want in your future career, or would just like an informal chat to learn more about different opportunities, a Careers Fair at BU is a great place to be.
Join us at the Nursing Careers Fair to:
Learn about recruitment and selection processes from a range of employers
Ensure you are developing the personal attributes and skills employers are looking for
Gain their advice for making the most of your time at university and on work placements
Attend employer workshops (within the same venue)
Gain advice from CareersBU staff
Learn more about Postgraduate study at BU.
Thirty five organisations will be attending, including:
Great Ormond Street Hospital (Nursing Workforce Team), Royal Bournemouth Hospital, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Army Medical Services, Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health, Partnership NHS Trust, Berkshire NHS, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust, Dorset Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Dorset County Hospital, Solent NHS Trust, and Yeovil District Hospital.
You can see more information and a full list of exhibitors on MyCareerHub.
Information for employers
As always the Annual Nursing Careers Fair will be a fabulous way to solve your recruitment needs and meet (and influence) the next generation of ambitious graduates. It is also a wonderful opportunity to promote your organisation and strengthen partnerships with the university and its staff. For those of you who attend regularly please note the change of venue!
Would you like to know the secrets to creating a winning CV and covering letter? Have you ever thought about what employers think when they receive CVs? Find this out, and much more at our interactive seminar