Be Involved

At Sheffield University Management School, we welcome individuals, companies and alumni from all business sectors to work with us. We have a programme of opportunities open throughout the year to suit your interests, whether you are willing to share your knowledge through delivering a guest lecture, work with our students on projects or through internships, or get fully involved in a collaborative research project.

In this section you will find out about our current opportunities which we encourage you to consider.

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Host a Masters level student project

Status: Expressions of interest for 2021 projects

Type: Alumni, Business, Company hosted

When: December 31, 2020

Where: Company based

Learn more about how you can get involved

Provide a Student Project idea and recruit a Masters Student to carry out their dissertation within your organisation.

We shortlist project submissions around Nov-Dec for the following year, but we will discuss ideas for future projects at any time. If you have an idea you would like to discuss, please contact Business Development Manager Rhoda Watson on rhoda.watson@sheffield.ac.uk or +44 (0) 114 222 3367.

Student Projects:

A student project at the Management School is when a Masters student (MSc or MBA) carries out their research dissertation project, as part of their studies, within an organisational setting. Students can work with your company on a particular issue or challenge set by you as the host organisation for a period of around 3-4 months.

The project will take place over the summer next year, but we are currently taking expressions of interest and welcome your ideas for further discussion.

You can find further information about hosting a student project including a timeline of the process on our Host a Student Project pages here.

eMentor Students

Status: Open for mentor applications

Type: Alumni, Business

When: December 31, 2020

Where: Various, Remotely

Learn more about how you can get involved

Become an eMentor and share your experience with our students as well as developing your own skills throughout the programme.

Many management alumni share their expertise through the Careers' Service eMentoring Scheme. By mentoring a student, you can offer insight into your job, the skills required, the challenges you face, and your advice for students wanting to pursue a similar role to yours. Communication is by email and/or Skype and is typically one exchange per week with your mentee for 8-10 weeks.

For more information and to register your interest visit the eMentoring pages here.