Keele shortlisted in seven categories at National Undergraduate Employability awards
Students, staff and partners have all contributed to Keele being shortlisted for seven nominations at this year’s National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) awards.
Now in their 12th year, the NUE awards reward and celebrate the outstanding achievements of employers, students and universities in undergraduate work experience across the UK.
In its first year of entering the awards, Keele has been shortlisted in a total of seven categories, encompassing four student nominations and three for the University itself.
The awards Keele has been shortlisted for are:
- Best Intern – Meghan Howard; Rebekah Stevenson
- Best Student Contribution To a Small to Medium Sized Employer – Lydia Martin; Natasha Craven
- Best University Careers/Employability Service - Keele Careers and Employability team
- Outstanding Contribution To Work Experience – Kathy England, Business Engagement Manager
- Best Collaboration Between a University and Employer – Keele University and Mondrem
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- Celebrating our Good and Outstanding Ofsted results
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