Supporting your business
By supporting student recruitment your company can gain fresh and innovative ideas to move your business forward
By taking advantage of our recruitment fairs, mentoring and curricular participation, your business can gain the competitive edge required to be successful in today's market.
As an employer, you can help shape, develop and contribute to the employability of future graduates by participating in our curriculum in a number of ways:
- Giving guest lectures and workshops
- Working on industry-specific projects with students
- Running modules within the curriculum
- Involvement in focus groups and committees, working consultation to shape the curriculum
- Providing voluntary employment opportunities
Benefits for your business
Engaging with our curriculum offers you the potential to shape teaching and learning and develop and contribute to the employability of future graduates.
It will also raise your profile with our Placement Teams allowing you the opportunity to target students and graduates from specific disciplines.
If you are interested in getting involved contact Sarah Hotchkin on 0113 812 7729 or by email S.L.Hotchkin@leedsmet.ac.uk.
Throughout the year, we run a number of recruitment fairs for our students. Promote your business to the next generation of talented and skilled professionals by booking your stand at our next recruitment fair.
Contact Melanie Parker on 0113 812 1780 or email M.Parker@leedsmet.ac.uk.
You can locate your staffed promotional stands in the busiest sites at our City and Headingley campuses. They provide the perfect opportunity to promote your company direct to our 29,000 students from over 300 courses.
For more information speak to our Business Development team today by contacting Melanie Parker on 0113 812 1780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe that establishing mentoring relationships between professionals and students is mutually beneficial. Mentoring provides the opportunity to increase your organisation’s profile with students and university staff and encourages an environment of openness, learning and sharing. Mentors provide advice, guidance and support encouraging students and graduates to explore options, focus thoughts, identify their career goals and develop their job-seeking skills.
Find out more on becoming a mentor or contact Karen Armitage on 0113 812 5530 or by email at email@example.com.