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Practice Graduate Scheme Assessment Centre Activities

Northumberland Building, Room 116

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Improve your chances of securing a place on a graduate scheme by experiencing a range of assessment centre activities first hand.  Use the feedback you’ll receive from observers to improve your performance during the real thing.

This session is for students from any degree who would like to apply for graduate schemes.  The session will include a practice group work and role play task. Students will learn about the key competencies graduate employers look for and how they can best prepare for each activity. Students will be observed throughout and will receive feedback which they can use to improve their performance during a real assessment centre.   

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk 

 

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Northumberland Building, Room 116


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