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National Engineering and Construction Recruitment Exhibition (NECR)         

Free entry.  

And look out for individual company ‘tours’ – Rolls-Royce, Airbus and BAE Systems have in the past organised a series of recruitment evenings at different locations around the UK and often advertise these in the national press careers pages or on their websites.  

Professional Flight Training Exhibition

With professional flight training organisations acting as the starting point for any budding commercial airline pilot, it is worth visiting the Professional Flight Training Exhibition, taking place on 25 April 2015 near Heathrow Airport. The Professional Flight Training Exhibition is an exciting career exhibition designed to provide all the answers for anyone considering a career as an airline pilot and is the perfect environment to meet experts and pilots who can assist you to make informed decisions on the career and the types of training available.

Making the Most of Careers Fairs  
As more and more companies use online application systems, visitors are not always sure of the best way to make the most of their visit to a careers fair. Download our list of tips and suggestions to make the most of your chance to meet and impress potential employers face-to-face!  Click here to download  

Conferences and Lectures at the Royal Aeronautical Society
Don't forget also that the Royal Aeronautical Society runs over 300 events each year through its specialist groups and Branches offering you the chance to meet face-to-face with senior aerospace engineers and businesspeople. In recent years attendees have had the chance to talk directly with the heads of British Airways, Flybe, Open Skies, QinetiQ, EADS and many more.

There are a limited number of free places for student affiliate members of the Society at our conferences, and our lectures are open to anyone and free of charge. For information about current events visit our conference and events pages.

For information about joining the Royal Aeronautical Society, click here.

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