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Student and Graduate Enterprise

If you’re interested in developing enterprise skills for your CV or if you have a fantastic idea that you’d like to turn into reality, we can help! 


Student and Graduate Enterprise offers:

  • Drop-ins in Student Central – Come chat with the team and find out more. No need to book an appointment, just turn up!
  • Enterprise Placement – We offer the ‘enterprise placement’ option for students with a year-long placement option as part of their degree.
  • Enterprise Skills Workshops – develop enterprise skills that employers are looking for through informal workshops and events including our fully funded ‘enterprise weekends’.
  • Free Start-up Support – help with mentoring, specialist industry advice, free office space on campus* and much more!
  • Networking events – to help build your knowledge and contacts.


*Subject to terms and conditions



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