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Connect with our Students and Graduates

For the academic year 2020/21 we will be offering you an entirely virtual programme of opportunities to connect with our students and graduates, free of charge. With students and graduates both on and off campus, and potentially all over the world, our virtual events will ensure accessibility and convenience for both student and employer. 

  • Recruitment presentations: Talk to a group of motivated students and graduates about your recruitment plans, job opportunities and what you look for in an application. Presentations are an excellent way to promote your company and the roles you have available.

  • Skills sessions and workshops :Raise the profile of your organisation on campus and help students develop the skills they require for employment and to be successful in their applications. This could be based around your industry sector, the work that you do or a particular aspect of the recruitment process. Give students an opportunity to experience the type of challenges your graduates face in their jobs. 

  • Industry themed panels: Raise the profile of your organisation. Talk to students about your industry sectors, the soft skills required, and tips on recruitment processes.

We will: 

  • coordinate and schedule dates 
  • schedule the event in Teams (or provide link to your platform)
  • promote the event to our students and graduates 
  • set up online student registration
  • We can also provide promotional support for your centrally delivered events. 

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