For two days this October, the Curtin Malaysia Internship & Placement Fair 2018 will give employers and recruiters alike the golden opportunity to come face-to-face with students, graduates, and alumni. You can brand your organisation, share career opportunities, carry out recruitment activities and introduce your internship and graduate programmes.
Students from all disciplines, particularly those who are due to complete their studies in 2018, will be attending.
As space is limited, we urge you to take this opportunity and register with a minimum participation fee of RM650. Alternatively, you may opt to choose the premium participation fee of RM850 with the advantage of selecting and securing booth(s) located at premium locations – premium booth selection is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Employers who have hired Curtin Malaysia graduates are eligible for a 20% discount on participation fee subject to the completion of the Curtin Employer Satisfaction Survey.
Early bird registration and payment by 30 March 2018 is entitled for additional RM50 off participation fee.
The participation fee covers:
- 3m x 2m booth
- One table and two chairs
- 1 units of 13amph power supply
- Drinking water, complimentary lunch and two tea breaks for two persons (additional meals can be ordered in advance at RM50 per head for the two days)
- Promotion of the organisation on the Curtin Malaysia website and in the event promotional material
The 2018 Internship & Placement Fair will be held on the 5 & 6 October from 10.00am to 4.00pm at the Event Hall, Recreation and Event Centre, Heron 3, Curtin Malaysia, Sarawak Campus.
Our annual 2 days Internship & Placement Fair event which is hosted on campus provides you with the opportunity to gain face to face contact to a large number of our students and alumni as your potential recruitment candidates at a time as well as increase your brand awareness to our students and Miri community as a whole.
The fair also gives you access to meet with non-traditional candidates as we have a variety of students from 40 nationalities with different background and courses to suit