Two reasons why you should get that Exeter Award in the bag

The Exeter AwardAnything you can do to make yourself stand out in today’s competitive graduate recruitment market is a plus. A lot of Exeter students recognise this, which is why we’ve already had 1900 sign-up to do the Exeter Award since the start of the academic year.

But don’t just take their word for it, listen to what graduate employers have to say about the Exeter Award;

The Exeter Award is a fantastic scheme benefitting both students and employers. Experience gained working towards the Exeter Award will help you to stand out from the crowd, and enhance your own skills & development. As an employer, we benefit from recruiting well-rounded individuals who have boosted their employability because of the Exeter Award.”
PwC

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“The Exeter Award is a fantastic opportunity for students to gain the hard and soft skills they need to move into graduate employment. It’s about setting themselves apart from the next candidate – having the Exeter Award on their CV demonstrates key skills and competencies that employers look for, such as work experience, teamwork skills and practical interview skills, which will help deliver better interviews for us the employers.”
Enterprise Rent-A-Car

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“The Exeter Award is a fantastic opportunity for students to enhance their employability skills. The skills which students will learn by working towards this award are highly valuable for all employers. Graduate positions are highly competitive and this award increases the chance of students standing out of the crowd when applying for graduate positions.”
Transport for London

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If you’re already up and running with the Award, now’s a good to time to plan to complete it before the summer. We run the key sessions right though the summer term to help you achieve this and if you are leaving the University this year it will help you get ahead of the 300,000 other graduates entering the job market. On the other hand, if you are a returning student, why not go for gold and do the Exeter Leaders Award as well?

Find out more on the Exeter Award and Exeter Leaders Award websites.

Andy Morgan

Web Marketing Officer

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