students listening During the autumn and spring terms, the Careers Service hosts a series of lunchtime Careers Talks, covering specific industries, skills and occupations. Talks are scheduled every Tuesday and Thursday between 13:00 and 13:50.

Lunchtime careers talks are information giving sessions rather than recruitment centred, so we welcome generalised presentations, although some mention of your organisation is acceptable. The objective of the talk should be to give an insight into different types of careers, and ideally should be fairly general to the sector. It should describe the type of jobs/sectors available, typical career progression, future developments, etc. Students are also always very interested in the qualities that employers are looking for, and how to prepare for selection events.

The talks are open to all Imperial students, so it is anticipated that students from a wide range of subjects and years will attend - including postgraduates. The Careers Service uses an online booking system for all Careers run events, so we can let you know likely attendance beforehand. There is capacity for up to 150, though numbers will vary, with an average attendance of 65.

For further information and to book a place, please email Richard Marshall (Information Manager), or call +44 (0)20 7594 8025. There is no cost associated with this event.

The talks programme is arranged from May onwards.