The organisations below comprise independent student placement initiatives, in-house university placement services and university Job Shops.
|Institution/Delivery Agent||Name of Initiative||Description|
|Bath Spa University||Job Shop||Assist students to find part time, temporary and vacation employment opportunities that fit in with their academic studies.|
|University of Bath||Careers Advisory Service||Helps students to find a range of internships and work experience during the summer vacation or as part of their degree course and also voluntary work opportunities that fit around their study.|
|Bournemouth University Placements and Careers||Job Shop||If you are a company and would like to advertise a part time, temporary, placement or graduate vacancy for free, then simply email Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brave||Shell Step||Placements of 8-13 weeks where students undertake a specific project for a host organisation.|
|Open University||Careers Advisory Service||Helps students to find a range of work experience and voluntary work opportunities that fit around their work and study.|
|Step Enterprise||SSWEP||8 week summer placements for social science students in social enterprises, SMEs, third sector and public sector organisations.|
|University College Falmouth||UCP (Unlocking Cornish Potential)||UCP part of the Combined Universities in Cornwall (CUC) initiative, managed by Cornwall College.|
|University College Falmouth||Work Experience Placements||Opportunities for employers looking to offer work experience placements to students, specifically in the South West and Cornwall areas.|
|University of Bath Student Union||Job Link||Assist students to find part time, temporary and vacation employment opportunities that fit in with their academic studies.|
|University of Bristol Careers Service||Career Advisory Service||Providing information, advice and guidance to enable students to make and implement informed choices about their future careers and realise their career aspirations, including work experience and voluntary opportunities.|
|University of Bristol Internships for Local Employers||Internships for Local Employers||A scheme for local employers wanting to employ students to work on specific projects or on an ongoing basis, anything from 2 weeks to 1 year, part-time or full-time basis.|
|University of Bristol Careers Service||JobShop||Assist students to find part time, temporary and vacation employment opportunities that fit in with their academic studies.|
|University of Exeter||Graduate Business Partnership||Paid Graduate internships, between 8-52 weeks, to undertake a short-term role or project. Recruitment and training provided by the University.|
|University of Exeter||Student Business Partnership||Paid student internships, between 4-12 weeks in vacation time, to undertake a short term role or project. Recruitment and training provided by the University.|
|University of Exeter||Casual Employment|
|University of Exeter||Postgraduate Placements Cornwall||Subsidised placements programme whereby Cornwall based businesses can employ a talented Postgraduate / PhD student (Cornwall based) for 6 weeks full or part time to assist with their business needs.|
|University of Exeter||Work Experience Projects||From meeting a specific or technical skills need to utilising research and subject expertise, Employment Services can link you to students completing student dissertation and research topics that can bring solutions to your business.|
|University of Exeter||Knowledge Transfer Partnerships||KTP is the Government's leading knowledge transfer programme, designed to enable businesses to improve their effectiveness and productivity by accessing the knowledge and expertise contained within universities.
A KTP brings together academics, a company partner and a high calibre graduate to collaborate on a project specifically designed to deliver strategic benefit to the company and provide academics with the opportunity for practical application of their research. Projects typically run for 2-3 years and may be eligible for grant funding.
|University of Gloucestershire Students Union||Jobshop|
|University of Gloucestershire Centre for Work-Based Learning||Placement Scheme||Placement for minimum of 48 weeks as part of sandwich degree course. Courses include Management (business, marketing, finance, human resources, media & music management) ICT (information systems, mulitmedia, business information technology, interactive games design, network computing) Tourism, Hospitality, Leisure and Events. Please contact email@example.com or 01242 714 319|
|University of Plymouth||Knowledge Transfer Partnerships||Government initiated scheme to help companies access the knowledge and skills within the UK’s ‘Knowledge Base’ supporting key developments. Combining the knowledge and expertise from an academic institution, with a recently qualified graduate on a strategic project.|
|University of Plymouth||Industrial Placements||1 year industrial placements for students studying in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical, building surveying, computing, media and mathematics and statistics.|
|University of Plymouth Careers||Graduate Business Partnerships|
|University College Plymouth||Gradsouthwest||Helps students to find part-time, vacation, temporary and voluntary work opportunities that fit in with their academic studies.|
|University of Portsmouth Students Union||jobshop|
|University of the West of England Career Development Unit||Employability and Diversity Programme||Unpaid work experience/shadowing opportunities for up to 2 weeks targeting students from specific diversity categories.|
|University of the West of England Student Union||JobShop|
|Unlocking Cornish Potential (UCP)||Unlocking Cornish Potential||UCP part of the Combined Universities in Cornwall (CUC) initiative, managed by Cornwall College.|
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