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Raise Your Profile

As well as advertising your opportunities and meeting our students and graduates here are some other ways to raise your profile on campus.


Career Insights/Skills Sessions:

Get involved in the delivery of our programme of careers workshops. You can deliver a session of your own or be involved in one of our Adviser led employability workshops. Workshops can focus on an area of the recruitment process such as assessment centres or interview techniques, a particular area of knowledge that would be of use to students when applying for roles such as commercial awareness or personal branding, or providing an insight into a specific industry or role. 


Sponsor a careers event or publication and promote your organisation brand.  

Social Media:

Promote your recruitment content on our social media feeds, your opportunities on our ‘Job of the Day’ feed, host a ‘live’ event, or takeover our social media for the day. Our accounts are Twitter @NUCareers or Facebook/NUCareers. or NUCareers on Instagram. We are happy to repost any content that might be of interest to our students. 

Video content:

Produce a short video for our social media and Youtube channel about your organisation, it’s opportunities, or hints and tips on your recruitment processes.

Employer Profiles:

Have your organisation feature in one of our departmental newsletters or provide a case study of a graduate or placement student. 

Programme delivery and development:

Get involved in programme delivery and raise your profile at a departmental level. Deliver a guest lecture, sit on an employer board, sponsor a prize or award.  

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