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Careers Fairs - Information for Students

Careers Fairs - Information for Students

Are you thinking about that that graduate role or just interested to learn a little more about your options?

TU Dublin's Careers Fairs are the ideal opportunity to find out more about jobs, internships, and tips to get your career off to a great start.

This semester we will host three fairs during March and April; all fairs are open to all students so make sure to explore all of your opportunities!


Attending a fair is your chance to:

  • Make connections with leading graduate employers
  • Get up-to-speed on what is happening now in the employment market. Explore a variety of organisations to help you decide your next career move.

This semester’s fairs will be on-campus events and there is no need to register in advance, simply show up on the day!

  • Careers Fair Tallaght Campus (main campus building, on the ground floor Business corridor)- Wednesday 22 March 2023, 10.30 - 13.00 - Open to all students
  • Careers Fair Blanchardstown Campus (Sports Hall in Block C (Croí) on the TU Dublin Blanchardstown Campus) - Wednesday 29 March 2023, 10.00 - 14.00 - Open to all students
  • Careers Fair City Campus - Wednesday 19 April 2023, 12:00-14:30, Open to all students (Further details coming soon)


Get Fair Ready!

To get the most from the fairs it can be helpful to do a little bit of advance prep such as:

  • Do a little research on the employer you are interested in, in advance by checking out their profiles and their websites.
  • Remember to check out employers attending that are new to you as they may just have your ideal job on offer!
  • Also remember that employers attending are planning their recruitment many months ahead, so they understand that you may have yet to complete your studies!
  • Think about any questions you might like to ask employers to help you learn more about them
  • Prepare to make a good first impression by planning a brief introduction; be ready to tell the employer what you are studying, what are your key interests and skills and what kind of role are interested in. 
  • Check out the CV preparation resources on the Career Development Centre website HERE. ·