A placement student can bring new insights and tangible benefits to your organisation.
The York Management School offers research-led, quality teaching with an international profile and strong links with business. We strive to develop smart, entrepreneurial and highly employable graduates.
With a standard entry tariff of AAB, we ensure we recruit high-quality students, with enthusiasm for learning and potential to achieve.
Our undergraduate degrees are accredited by professional organisations. Our graduates have versatile skills and up-to-date knowledge evidenced by their wide range of careers:
- marketing assistants
- junior buyers
- assistant accountants
- HR assistants
- events coordinators
- and many more...
Our students can work on short-term projects or support senior staff members with routine jobs.
Students are highly motivated to impress, with enquiring minds which bring new ideas to your organisation.
Students combine up-to-date skills with current academic thinking at a competitive salary.
We support our students throughout their placement to ensure they learn and deliver as much as possible.
Our regular Business and Careers Fairs give you the opportunity to talk to students about placements, internships and graduate jobs.
We welcome businesses of all shapes and sizes. Recent exhibitors have included Audit Partnership, Boal & Co, Key Capital Partners, PwC and many more.
Making recruitment easier
You can think of a placement like an extended interview, giving you time to get to know an applicant properly before deciding whether or not to offer them a long-term position.
We aim to reduce the effort and cost which goes into your selection process through the support we offer along the way.
To get started simply get in touch: we will guide you through the process, working with you to develop a placement that meets your organisation's needs.
How we can help
We offer support throughout the process, to ensure you and your student get the most out of your placement.
Before a placement:
- Identifying your requirements
- Researching salary guidelines
- Proactively marketing your vacancy
- Arranging visits and talks
- Collating applications
- Arranging and supporting interviews
During a placement:
- Dedicated point of contact for queries and issues
- Specialised documentation for line managers
- Two supervisor visits arranged around your availability
- Advice on further collaboration with York
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