Placements and work-based learning
Work experience is highly valued by graduate recruiters and the opportunity to undertake a placement or work-based learning module is a vital way in which your degree programmes can make a contribution to your acquisition of employability skills.
Students and businesses benefit from Inspiring Futures consultancy projects.
Devon & Cornwall Food Action's Consultancy Project
Plymouth Business School students undertook a consultancy project for Devon & Cornwall Food Action as part of Inspiring Futures.
Work based learning
Identify, in collaboration with their employer and University of Plymouth module lead, work based objectives and develops a learning contract specific to these objectives.
Work-based learning with BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies
The work-based learning modules in BA (Hons) Early Childhood studies with the University of Plymouth will ensure you graduate as early years practitioner ready for the demands of the workplace.
Inspiring Futures - Shubha Tobias
Inspiring Futures enhances the entrepreneurial and employability skills of Plymouth Business School students.
Placements and work-based learning with the Plymouth Institute of Education
University of Plymouth's placements with the Plymouth Institute of Education
Placements and work-based learning with the School of Art, Design and Architecture
University of Plymouth's placements and work-based learning within the School of Art, Design and Architecture
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