Sponsored by Newton Europe

STEM Careers Fair 2018
Sponsored by Newton Europe

Tuesday 6th November 2018, 11:30 - 14:30
The Great Hall and Sanctuary, Streatham Campus

If you are an employer wishing to exhibit at a future careers fair, please visit our Employment Services pages here.

Our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Careers Fair will be held on Tuesday 6th November from 11:30 - 14:30 in the Great Hall and Sanctuary on the Streatham Campus. 

Over 80 organisations will be exhibiting, providing a fantastic opportunity for University of Exeter students from all disciplines to interact with some of the country’s top STEM organisations.

This fair is open to current Exeter students from all years and disciplines of study but likely to be of most interest to those who are interested in a career in a STEM organisation, role or sector, or those studying Physics, Mathematics, Engineering (Mechanical, Civil, Materials, Electronic and Renewable Energy), Computer Science, Biosciences, Geography (Physical and Human), Psychology, Sport and Health Sciences and Medical Sciences. Recent Exeter graduates are also welcome.

The fair will provide the perfect opportunity for students to meet with organisation representatives, learn more about the possible career pathways available and investigate further study options.  

The event is open to all students and there is no need to book in advance. Please have your UniCard ready to be scanned on arrival, to help us monitor attendance levels.

Students based at our Cornwall campuses:

We are providing coach transport to Streatham Campus for any students based at our Cornwall campuses who are wishing to attend the STEM Careers Fair. For more information on how to book a space please visit the webpage.

Make the most of the event and prepare in advance!

Exhibitor list for the 2018 STEM Careers Fair is below:

Admiral Group



Allen & Heath Ltd.



Ark Teacher Training

ASM Assembly Systems


Ashwoods Electric Motors     

Atlas Elektronik UK Ltd

Babcock International Group

Bailey Partnership

Balfour Beatty

Bank of America Merrill Lynch



Bright Network

Cambridge Consultants

Centrax Limited

Certus Technology

Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM)


Dawnus Construction Ltd.




FDM Group

FTI Consulting

Fugro Geoservices Ltd



Hawk-Eye Innovations


Institute of Physics


JBA Consulting

Johnson & Johnson

J.P. Morgan


Laing O'Rourke

Landmark Information

Mars Inc.


Met Office

Moortec Semiconductor Ltd


National School of Healthcare Science

Newton Europe

Nexus Open Systems Ltd

NHS Digital

PA Consulting Group

Peter Brett Associates



RGB Recruitment Ltd

Roke Manor Research Limited

Royal Air Force

Royal Bank of Canada

Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Navy & Royal Marines



Sopra Steria

Spirent Communications

Synopsys Simpleware

Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd. (SEA)


Teach First

The British Psychological Society

The OR Society


Ultra Electronics PCS


University of Exeter - Apprenticeships

University of Exeter – Career Zone

University of Exeter – Graduate School of Education

University of Exeter – STEM Postgraduate Study Opportunities

Unlocked Graduates


Due to the fair, the Sanctuary will not be available for quiet study on the 5th November and 6th November. Alternative study space will be available as follows:

5th November:

8:30am – 10:00am: Forum Seminar Room 10 The America Room

10:30am – 4:30pm: Forum Exploration Lab 1

6th November:

8:30am – 10:30am: Forum Seminar Room 5

12:30pm – 2:30pm: Forum Exploration Lab 1

1:30pm – 3:30pm: Forum Seminar Room 3

3:00pm – 5:30pm: Forum Seminar Room 6

8:30am - 5:00pm: Forum Training Suite

Please note that photographs will be taken at this event for marketing and training purposes. This may take the form of entries on the University's website, in emails and printed and electronic media, and will be used primarily to encourage other students to participate in activities organised by the Career Zone.  It may also be used to inform staff at the University of Exeter of the work undertaken by the Career Zone.