Every year, we attend graduate events in colleges and universities across Ireland and the UK. Here you can connect with our team and get an idea of what life is like in Bank of Ireland.
This year we will be attending both virtual and in-person events! At careers fairs you will get the chance to discuss the Bank of Ireland Graduate Programme with people who have been through the process, or get advice from our Recruitment team before applying.
Check out the full list of dates below where you can connect with us.
|31/08/2022||Citi, North Wall Quay, Dublin||AHEAD Building the Future|
|28/09/2022||RDS, Dublin||GradIreland Graduate Careers Fair|
|04/10/2022||University College Dublin||Business, Finance & Management Fair|
|04/10/2022||University College Cork||Career Services Virtual Recruitment Fair|
|06/10/2022||TU Dublin||Business, IT, Law, Languages, Hospitality, Tourism Careers Fair 2022|
|12/10/2022||STEM Women||Ireland Hybrid STEM Careers Event|
|18/10/2022||Queens University Belfast||Autumn Careers Fair at Queen's|
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