Career in Statistics Fair 2017

The Career in Statistics Fair will take place in the Foyer of Alan Turing Building on Wednesday 1st March 2017

Come and join us in the Alan Turing Foyer from 1.30pm on Wednesday 1st March 2017
Everyone enjoying the 2016 Fair

This is an invaluable event if you want to find out more about the wide range of statistical careers available.

What is it?

Organised by the School of Mathematics at The University of Manchester, and supported by the Royal Statistical Society Manchester Local Group, The Careers in Statistics Fair is for anyone who is about to embark on, or is at the beginning of, their statistical career. Whether you have already begun to specialise in a particular area of statistics, or are still studying or interested in this area this event will provide invaluable information, advice and networking opportunities. 

Statistics covers fields as diverse as medicine, finance, industry, environment, government and academia. There will be a range of talks from these areas. Speakers will include: Academics, HM Revenue and Customs  (UK’s tax, payments and customs Authority), the Royal Statistical Society (A Charity that promotes statistics, data and evidence for the public good),The Lubrizol Corporation  (A leader in speciality chemicals), EY (Ernst and Young)  (multinational professional services firm), Christies NHS Foundation Trust (experts in cancer care, research and education based in Manchester) , and digital media company RealityMine (Big Data Studies on digital media consumption and Head Office in Manchester).

There will also be additional representatives with stands where you will be able to ask questions and gain inside information.

A full programme for the day will be available shortly and sent to you once you are registered.

Where and when is it?

The event will take place 1.30-4pm on Wednesday 1st March 2017 in the Foyer of the Alan Turing Building, School of Mathematics (number 46 on campus map)

How can I find out more?

The event is free, but participants must register via Eventbrite. 

Please direct any queries about the event to Debbie Parnell (Deborah.parnell@manchester.ac.uk; Tel: 0161 275 5812)

 We look forward to welcoming you to the event. 

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