Posted: 21 January 2014
On 18 February 2014, the University of Roehampton will host the annual Teachers Recruitment Fair. In an increasingly competitive market, the fair provides our current students and alumni with an excellent platform to meet and get to know over 35 exhibitors representing different aspects of the teaching profession. Exhibitors from local education authorities, academy groups and specialist teacher recruitment agencies amongst others will present on the day to discuss their unique NQT packages.
There will also be expert speakers presenting on the following topics:
The event is being organised by the Employability and Entrepreneurship department with support from the School of Education. Employability Advisers will be there on the day offering advice and guidance to help you make the most of the event and alumni are welcome to attend from 12pm – 2.30pm.
To register for the event or for further information, view the Employability webpages.
University of Roehampton’s School of Education has a world renowned history in teacher training and strong partnerships with over 1,000 schools leading to strong employability. For more information on the school and the range of courses on offer visit the website.
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