London 2 Community Event sponsored by NatWest Markets

Our final event of autumn 2019, our London 2 Community Event, will be held in the fantastic Science Museum. Our London events are very popular and always sell out. Please act quickly to avoid missing out.

  • Who Can Attend?

STEM students (ideally graduating in 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022)

Have the unrestricted right to work in the UK after graduation

Our events are aimed at female students but are open to all students regardless of gender.

  •  Event Details:

Date: Wednesday 27th November, 2019

Location: Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD

Timings: 12:30pm - 4pm

Event Format: Panel discussions and face to face networking with top graduate employers.

Please bring a notepad for taking notes. You are welcome to bring a printed copy of your CV to hand out to employers.

  • Students and Graduates: We have a limited number of tickets for our events and they sell out very quickly, please fill out the form on this page to register your interest in attending and we will be in touch soon.
  • Employers: If you are an employer interested in exhibiting at this event please fill out the below form and we will send you an event brochure. You can also contact us by emailing info@stemwomen.co.uk or calling 0151 236 8000.

  • Exhibiting Employers:

Be sure to check back regularly to see which employers will be exhibiting at the STEM Women London Event.

Exhibiting employers include: NatWest Markets, AND Digital, TUI, Willmott Dixon, Analysys Mason, Cirrus Logic, Capita, Metaswitch, Edwards Vaccum, Kubrick Group, Direct Line Group, Framestore, MathWorks, Daiwa Capital Markets, Axis Capital and Salmon A Wunderman Commerce Company, HSBC, Bosch and Dunn Humby with more to be announced!

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