The Employability Hub at Sheffield University Management School provides students with a range of skills programmes and resources designed to help you improve your employability potential. Below is an outline of the different activity programmes happening throughout the year.
A series of workshops delivered by the Management School Careers Advisers focusing on the following elements of the application process for management students:
Careers Essentials sessions open to book on are available here.
Futures First Careers Discovery talks bring employers, alumni and students together. Conferences will include talks from Industry experts who will share their experiences of tackling current business issues, helping you bring your studies to life. There will also be the opportunity for you to hear about careers in different organisations and sectors to give you a taste of a career in different industries.
In 2019 we will be running two afternoon conferences:
Each conference will include a skills and opportunities session, key note talks delivered by experts from leading organisations, and a Q&A panel session focused on careers. Each will offer students the opportunity to find out about different career options whilst picking up some great tips to aid job and placement hunting, as well as hints and tips on developing strong applications and interview techniques.
All Masters Management students who wish to take part in a company based dissertation project, organised by the Management School, are required to complete an Employability Passport. This includes attending sessions on:
Sessions open to eligible students can be viewed here.
For more information about undertaking an organisation based dissertation project see Company projects.
Giving our students the edge
Your future starts here. Our exciting new initiative will get you thinking about your employability from day one.
Futures First starts at the beginning of your first year. It combines invited speakers from industry, practical, reflective workshops, and the building of a personal development plan. The programme has an external focus thanks to contributions from our advisory board, which is comprised of senior figures from business, so the outcomes from Futures First will meet the high expectations of your future employers.
Undergraduate single-honours students in the Management School will take part in Futures First. After its first successful year in 2016, we are developing it to run throughout a full three-year BA Hons programme.
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Sheffield University Management School has a lively series of research seminars, delivered by our specialist research groups, with guest speakers from both academia and industry. Students are encouraged to attend, to help widen your knowledge of the research that the school is involved with, and how it has real impact upon organisations.
You can read more about and book on to one of our research seminars from the Events page.