For: current students
Duration: minimum 40 weeks
Starting between: June and October
You can employ one of highly-skilled students while they are completing their undergraduate programmes, and gain access to your sector’s most in-demand skills, cutting-edge business knowledge and fresh ideas.
In addition, this work experience opportunity offers and ideal scenario to:
- Test out a new role
- Bring in dedicated resource to work on a project
- Strategically plan for future recruitment pipeline planning.
For: current students and recent graduates
Duration: up to 100 hours
- Full-time: June-September
- Part-time: during the academic year (recommended 7-10 hours per week).
Shorter term, paid internship opportunities are often a convenient way of:
- Securing an extra pair of hands
- Bringing someone in to work on a discreet project
- Unearthing the best students
- Finding potential candidates for graduate schemes.
We can share these opportunities with our student community who welcome internships for shorter holiday periods or part-time options throughout the academic year.
Fully funded internships for SMEs
If your organisation employs less than 250 people, you can benefit from fully funded student internships via the University’s Liverpool Interns programme.
For: final year students and recent graduates
Advertise your graduate vacancies for free to our entire final year business and management students and our recently graduated alumni.
This is an excellent opportunity to present your company as an attractive employer to the new workforce, by offering entry-level roles that allow them to start off their professional careers.
Meet the future workforce and raise your profile amongst our student communities by exhibiting at our careers fairs, taking place at several times throughout the year.
Join our next Business Breakfast!
Wednesday 27 March 2024
Join our next Business Breakfast event - Unleashing the Power of Women in the Liverpool City Region - where expert speakers will address the challenges faced by women at all stages of their careers and explore practical solutions for creating better conditions for women to succeed in the workplace.
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