SINGAPORE - More than 4,100 job positions are up for grabs at this year's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Career Fair.
A record number of 223 Singapore and multinational organisations are on the hunt for NTU students at the fair, held for three days - Feb 18, 21, and 25 this year.
This includes 57 employers who are taking part for the first time, including companies such as DBS, Foster Wheeler Asia Pacific, Sanyo Denki, Starhub and Unilever Asia.
There are three pavilions that will bring companies within the same industry cluster together. These include a Japan pavilion offering job openings at Japanese companies based in Singapore and Japan, as well as a 'Powering Lives' pavilion featuring energy companies coordinated by the Energy Market Authority, and a Maritime pavilion by the Singapore Maritime Foundation.
About 9,000 students are expected to visit the fair each day, including some 8,000 final-year students who will graduate this July.