Give your organisation valuable extra capacity, a fresh perspective and new ideas. Take on a talented UWS student or graduate.
With over 15,000 students, UWS has a stream of fresh talent that might help to boost your business.
We can help you to:
Contact us to discuss your needs.
The UWS undergraduates in our team are not only professional in everything they do, but also have superb transferable skills that they apply on a daily basis. They have worked well under pressure, which is testament to the training they have receivedAnne-Marie Wallace, Performance and People Manager, DXC Technology
Employability is the foundation of our teaching. Employers are closely involved in course development, so you can be sure our students are equipped for today’s workplace.
Our focus on entrepreneurship helps too – producing graduates with commercial nous as well as imaginative thinking.
Reach student and graduates directly through our online vacancies site. This service is free of charge.
You can advertise:
Registering for the service takes just a few minutes – start here.
We’re happy to help you raise the profile of your organisation with our students.
Contact us to see how we can help.
Gain extra support and fresh ideas by offering a student an internship or placement.
Download the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development publication, Internships that Work – a guide to help employers start an internship scheme or improve their existing programme.
If you’re considering advertising an unpaid internship, check out the latest government legislation on the National Minimum Wage.
Our employer mentoring programme is a way for you to share your skills and expertise with a student. You’ll help them improve their confidence and employability skills, while also adding to your own CV.
Getting involved in employer mentoring:
Due to the quality of students from UWS, in 2013 I nominated myself as a professional mentor. It is a pleasure to be part of UWS’s mentoring programme – best in its class. The commitment and enthusiasm of the undergraduates is encouraging; they are always dedicated and professionalEvelyn Walker, Project Management Lead, Hewlett Packard Enterprises UK&I