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Advertise your Jobs and Student Placements

To maximise your organisation’s profile, advertise your recruitment opportunities, and reach thousands of talented Northumbria University students and graduates, from a wide range of programmes, register with NU TARGETconnect. You can create and manage your organisation profile, keep your details up-to-date, and advertise your opportunities.  


We work with you to promote a wide range of graduate and student recruitment opportunities including:  

•Graduate roles  

•Student Placements   

•Part-time/casual work/seasonal work 

•Internships and work experience  


Click here to view our Vacancy Advertising Policy.

If, for any reason, you are unable to use the portal, please contact our team who will be able to add the details on your behalf. 

Click here for further information on recruiting students for placement opportunities that will be undertaken as part of a formal programme of study.  

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