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Find out about Warwick students

Find out who our students are and what they have to offer. Understand when they are available across departments and throughout the academic year.

Be aware of how student expectations and behaviours influence the workplace and hear from our students about their own experiences.

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Find out about Warwick students
Think about your business needs

What outcomes are you seeking? Choose something that works for you and for the student.

Be aware of your responsibilities - protect your business and its reputation. Hear from organisations and Warwick staff about their own experiences of planning and delivering work experience.

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Consider your options

Want to benefit from short-term resource, explore potential, gain fresh ideas, enhance diversity or invest long-term? Explore the right work experience options and find out when our students are available.

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What are your options
What are your options
What are your options
Recruit students

Working with students gives you early access to talent, before they enter the more competitive graduate jobs market. This means you should run your recruitment process in the same way as for any other prospective employee, to ensure:

  • Fair and equal access to a more diverse talent pool and workforce (Equality Act 2010)
  • Clear information about the opportunity, to avoid time-wasting
  • Honest description of any future prospects, to optimise outcomes

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Plan a quality experience

Understand how you can maximise a student's contribution and optimise their impact. Plan and provide a structured, high-quality experience.

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Planning the quality experience