As an employer in the science sector, you’ll know how important it is to have a strong pipeline of talent for your organisation and for the benefit of the sector as a whole. 

The new Industry Degree Scheme incorporates existing degree programmes from a network of universities with a tradition of supporting the industrial sciences sector within a programme that is undertaken in the workplace of a sponsor company. 

Join your peers on February 26th for a complementary breakfast discussion led by graduate employment expert Charles Pickford in association with Cogent Placements to learn more about how the Industry Degree Scheme works and:

·                Enables potential employers to develop a relationship with potential employees and to shape the development of their skills

·                Works through a minimum of two paid summer placements at the end of the first and second years at university

·                Enhances the knowledge and skills of new graduates through relevant industrial and practical experiences

·                Mitigates some of the risks of recruitment and retention of graduates within the sector

http://www.scienceindustrypartnership.com/home/

Breakfast Discussion: Led by graduate employment expert Charles Pickford in association with Cogent Placements, presentation and discussion to learn more about how the Industry Degree Scheme works

Time: The breakfast will commence at 8.30am followed by a talk and Q&A, concluding at 10.00am.

Date: 26th February ‘15

Places: FREE to attend

Location: London Bioscience Innovation Centre, 2 Royal College Street, London, NW1 0NH – Map

If you wish to attend, please email Donna Dainton donna.dainton@cogent-ssc.com as soon as possible as there are limited places.

The Cogent placements service plays a pivotal role in matching employer needs with students who are developing both the right knowledge base and have the wider qualities sought by the company.

 

 

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