FAQs

REGISTRATION

  1. How do I register for the fair?
  2. Why must I register for the fair?
  3. Who needs to pay the S$10 entrance fee?
  4. How do I pay the S$10 entrance fee?

OTHERS

  1. Who will have access to my information?
  2. What is the dress code?
  3. Why can't I bring children into the Fair?
  4. Will companies interview me on the spot?
  5. Do I have to bring hard copies of my resume along with me?
  6. Where can I check out the list of participating organisations?
  7. How do I submit my resume / contacts to the employers and higher education providers of my choice?

CAREER SUMMIT

  1. How do I register for the seminars?
  2. Is there a registration deadline?
  3. What is the maximum number of sessions/seminars I can sign up for?
  4. Can I register for the session/seminar on-site?
  5. Where are the sessions/seminars held at?
  6. Are there allocated seats for each session/seminar?
  7. What time must I arrive for the session/seminar? Is there on-site registration?
  8. What is the dress code for the Session/Seminar?
  9. What are the differences between info sessions and seminars?

What are you waiting for? Visit our Career Summit Page for more information.
You may contact us if you require any assistance.

REGISTRATION


  1. How do I register for the fair?

  2. You can register online via the registration page, or on-site at the Registration Counters during the event. All online registrants can gain express entry into the event by printing out your confirmation slip and showing it at the entrance. We strongly encourage you to register online to avoid the long lines at the event.


  3. Why must I register for the fair?

  4. Registration is required for all attendees to gain admission to the fair and receive regular event updates. In addition, registered attendees can apply for job openings with exhibiting companies via the event website before the event.


  5. Who needs to pay the S$10 entrance fee?

  6. Only international visitors who do not have a valid Singapore work pass need to pay the S$10 entrance fee. Singaporeans, PRs and foreign nationals who hold a valid work pass do not have to pay the entrance fee.


  7. How do I pay the S$10 entrance fee?

  8. We will collect the S$10 entrance fee (applicable only to international visitors without a valid work pass) at the event before you enter. Even if you register online, you will still pay the fee at the entrance to the event. Please try to bring exact change to facilitate a fast entry for you.

OTHERS


  1. Who will have access to my information?

  2. Your registration information will be kept confidential and will not be released to third parties for commercial purposes. In addition, your information will only be forwarded to companies or education providers to whom you have submitted job applications or course enquiries.


  3. What is the dress code?

  4. First impressions count, so business casual is strongly recommended.


  5. Why can't I bring children into the Fair?

  6. The age limit for all visitors is set at a minimum of 16 years of age. Career fairs are professional events for serious jobseekers. Employers and recruiters at the event are sizing you up as potential employees for their organisations and it is beneficial for you when they see you as a professional individual. It is recommended that you make necessary arrangements prior to the event so as to avoid refusal of admission.


  7. Will companies interview me on the spot?

  8. This is at the sole discretion of the organisations. We advise all visitors to be well-prepared and bring along relevant documents such as resumes, academic certificates and testimonials, should organisations decide to conduct any interviews at the event.


  9. Do I have to bring hard copies of my resume along with me?

  10. Resumes (in soft copy) can be attached to any job applications made via the event website after the event. Nonetheless, you should bring hard copies of your resume for the convenience of the recruiters at the fair.


  11. Where can I check out the list of participating organisations?

  12. The list of participating organisations will be updated regularly on this website here.


  13. How do I submit my resume / contacts to the employers and higher education providers of my choice?

  14. All registered visitors will be able to submit their course enquiries and job applications to the exhibitors via JobsCentral website after the event. You can check out all the job and course listings here.

CAREER SUMMIT


  1. How do I register for the seminars?

  2. You will have to register for the Fair first and you will be promoted to choose the sessions/seminars you are interested to attend. Please register here.


  3. Is there a registration deadline?

  4. Registration will close once the session/seminar seating is full. Therefore, do secure a seat by booking a seat early!


  5. What is the maximum number of sessions/seminars I can sign up for?

  6. You can sign up for any available sessions/seminars over the two days of the Fair as long as there are vacancies.


  7. Can I register for the session/seminar on-site?

  8. On-site registration will depend on availability. Therefore admittance cannot be guaranteed. We strongly encourage you to register online now to avoid any disappointment.


  9. Where are the sessions/seminars held at?

  10. The venue will be at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, Hall 401 – 403


  11. Are there allocated seats for each session/seminar?

  12. There will be no seat allocation, it will be on a first-come, first served basis. Registration will commence 20 minutes before the start of each individual session/seminar.


  13. What time must I arrive for the session/seminar? Is there on-site registration?

  14. Do arrive at the venue 20 minutes before the start of the session/seminar which you signed up for. We will be doing an on-site registration outside your indicated session/seminar location. Do bring along a printout of the confirmation emailer to verify your registration.


  15. What is the dress code for the Session/Seminar?

  16. There are no specific dress code but smart casual is strongly recommended to give due respect to the speakers. Alternatively, registrants who are keen to explore our Career Fair should dress in business casual to leave a good impression and seize an on-site interview opportunity with the exhibitors.


  17. What are the differences between info sessions and seminars?

  18. Info Sessions: Education providers will be coming on board to share about the courses available in their respective institutes and the criteria for enrolment into the courses. It will be beneficial for course seekers who are on the lookout for a suitable institute/ course for themselves.

    Seminar: The duration of each seminar is about 45 mins. We have a panelist of speakers who will be touching on career-related topics such as how to impress potential employers with your resume. It will be beneficial for job seekers who are looking for valuable and useful tips in their career paths!