Level 4 and Level 5 undergraduates: One Year Placement Information Workshop - Networking session with current students on Placement
15 March 2013
This session is targeted to students in level 4 who want to know more about the placement year and how to register (you will go on placement Summer 2014-15) and also for current level 5 students who can go on Placement this summer for a year (2013-14). Come and learn more about your options to find a Placement, and listen to first-hand advice from your peers currently in placement.
All WBS students can choose to do a placement (except for BA International Business students, who must study abroad).
Registering your interest for a placement does not mean you must find one and there is no way back, we support you to find a placement, but if you don't find a placement, or change your mind, you just continue to the final year.
Venue: Cayley Lecture Theatre, Time: 1pm, Date: Wednesday 20th March 2013. Just turn up, no registration required!
Why go on a placement?
- Build key transferable skills all employers want
- Test drive a career
- Earn a salary up to £20,000 per annum
- Make your placement count towards your degree (through gaining 15 credits at level 6)
- Develop graduate employability skills
- Improve decision making
- Enhance team working
- Develop commercial awareness
- Introduction to top employers
- Make your CV stand out
Current level 5 students can find more information on Blackboard - Undergraduate Placement Year (wbs), but this interactive session will give you a chance to talk to students on placement and get answers to all your questions about finding a placement.
For more information, contact Iram Sial
Business Experience Team
T: 0203 506 7027
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