CareerZone sponsorship at UK higher education conventions

CareerZone sponsorship at UK higher education conventions

UCAS Media enable you to reach young people who have their eye on their future!

CareerZone allows you to showcase your school leaver, gap year, graduate and Apprenticeship schemes to an influential youth audience.

Meet 275,000 16-18 year olds in the CareerZone at UK-wide UCAS events, including Manchester, Birmingham, London and Bristol, giving you the opportunity to leave students with a positive lasting impression of your brand as they start to explore different paths. You can join UCAS Media’s existing partners, including PwC, Rolls Royce, Marks & Spencer, Teach First and the Civil Service 2016.

"Overall we thought that the event went really well… (it) was really good in terms of footfall and general interest in our offerings from both students and teachers alike. It also work well being situated in the distinct career zone area." Teach First

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