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International companies including Deloitte, PwC, and Citi, gave students the chance to compete for highly sought after full time posts across a wide range of disciplines from business managers to computer analysts and engineers to accountants.

Hundreds of additional international internships, placements and paid summer jobs were also available to help students develop industry ready skills and boost job prospects.

Moira McCarthy, Career Development Manager at Ulster’s Career Development Centre, said: “The University of Ulster prides itself on producing industry-ready graduates equipped with key skills that will give them the edge in an competitive economic environment.

“Working with local and international businesses, we are focused on ensuring that our graduates can access quality employment and career opportunities.

“Internships, placements and volunteering programmes offer students life changing opportunities and the chance to acquire business and leadership skills that will serve them well in their future careers.”

This event was hosted in collaboration with European Employment Services (EURES) and EURES Cross Border Partnership. For further details on all of the vacancies available go to: