Recruit our students
Are you looking for someone to bring new ideas and a fresh approach to your business? Want someone with up-to-date knowledge and the ability to work in a team, deliver on projects and have a flexible approach? A UCLan student or graduate could be just what you need.
Advertise your vacancies
You can register with us to advertise your vacancies to our students and graduates, it only takes a few minutes and is free of charge.
We encourage you to advertise your vacancies with us online and also to contact us about any of the ways in which you would like to interact with ourselves and our students.
Year in industry and placement modules
Experience has shown that students undertaking a placement as part of their degree/postgraduate course rapidly become part of your workforce, and are able to make a real difference to business operations bringing fresh ideas, energy and current knowledge. These programmes allow your business to employ students as a full-time member of staff for a fixed period, lasting for around 48 weeks for sandwich degree students or shorter durations for students undertaking placement modules.
Your business can also tap into specific areas of research or expertise, as placements are supported by an academic from the University.
Recruiting an intern can be an excellent way to bring additional talent into your workplace, providing additional resources to the team to tackle a defined or new project, or perhaps helping to develop an area of work where up-to-date knowledge or research is required. Internships are a period of paid work experience for students or graduates of between 2 to 16 weeks. These normally take place over the Easter or summer period and works around business needs, being either part or full-time. Internships are paid via the business and we can work with you to design the right type of internship for your business needs.
Employing disabled students
Disability Confident is creating a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and act to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people. We are here to support your business to become a Disability Confident Employer, making it easily accessible, even for smaller businesses.