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Disability Graduate Schemes, Disclosure and Reasonable Adjustments

Room 116, Northumberland Building


Find out how to positively present your disability to an employer and learn about reasonable adjustments during the graduate recruitment process.  You will also learn about targeted disability graduate schemes and how to apply. 

This session is for disabled students from any degree discipline who would like to learn more about reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process and in the workplace for graduate roles.  The presentation will include information about your personal choice to disclose or not, reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process including advice for assessment centres and interviews and will also give details of targeted graduate schemes which disabled students can apply for.

All students in attendance are asked to respect the confidentiality of others in the group.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 

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Room 116, Northumberland Building
City Campus


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