We hold over 500 events per year, ranging from careers fairs to employer events to smaller workshops. For an overview of what types of events we have to offer, have a look at our events breakdown below – and if you like the look of any of them, you can find out more by logging onto MyCareerCentral.


Brush up on your career skills and give yourself a competitive edge. Learn how to write a CV, structure an application, prepare for assessment centres, and succeed at interview.


Hear from a range of employers about what it’s really like to work in different sectors, including marketing, consulting, management, HR, project management and events management.


Take part in an interactive employer-led session and learn about what employers mean when they say they are looking for creativity and innovation, decision-making in teams, how to perform well at assessment centres, etc.


There are plenty of opportunities for you to expand your horizons in the global jobs market, whether you want to work in Europe or further afield. We run plenty of events to help you think about your options.

Look out for the three UEA Global Social events coming up in the LCR and experience some international culture, kicking off on the 7 November. Search for ‘GoGlobal’ in MyCareerCentral for more information.

Finally, don’t miss Global Opportunities week (13 – 17 February) for a chance to hear from employers about different opportunities for you to go global!


A chance for you to come and meet 10 different employers that recruit from all disciplines at an informal event with food and drinks. For more information, search ‘Cafe Conversations’ on MyCareerCentral.


Back with a bang this year, Student Enterprise sessions are for anyone interested in honing their entrepreneurial skills, exploring what it takes to start a business, or launching your first venture.

From marketing to money management, we have something for everyone. Search MyCareerCentral for events under the enterprise category for more details, and look out for Global Entrepreneurship Week, 14 -18 November 2016.


If you’re an international student, we can advise you on finding work in the UK after you graduate; look out for our session, ‘Working in the UK for International Students’ on 11 November 2016. Book via MyCareerCentral.


If you’re interested in a career in the legal profession, pop along to our Legal Careers Fair, on 9 November 2016, Sportspark, and find out more about your options and next steps.