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First year undergraduates benefit from academic and professional development support at the Business School. This helps students make the transition from A-level to university study. Advice is available on matters such as essay writing. You will develop key skills that will benefit you later in life such as leadership, negotiation and cultural awareness training.
Our extracurricular activities allow you to put into practice what you learn on your course.
You can get involved in projects that make a real difference to the lives of people in local communities and abroad.
Undergraduate and postgraduate students from any year of study take part in a range of volunteering activities as part of this programme.
Overseas students who study at the Business School visit primary schools and care homes to talk to children and citizens about their country’s culture
Students who take part in these culture sharing programmes benefit from meeting and getting to know students on other courses, increased levels of confidence, and the satisfaction of making a difference in the community
Case Study: Chinese Students meet residents at Willow Day Centre, Beechdale, Nottingham
Our extensive careers service supports you throughout your time at university to ensure that when you do graduate, you are well-prepared for the world of work.
Support is available for undergraduates, postgraduates (MSc and MBA students benefit from a specialist service), and Business School Alumni.
All students have access to one to one consultations with a careers professional to explore career options, skills workshops, employer presentations, careers events, psychometric testing and the latest vacancy information.
In addition postgraduate students have:
More about careers information.
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