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The University of Liverpool has received four nominations in the National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) awards.
The event, that takes place in February, celebrates the outstanding achievements of all those involved in undergraduate work experience.
The NUE Awards benchmark those employers, universities and students across the UK who have demonstrated commitment and dedication to the field of undergraduate employability
The University of Liverpool was nominated for Best University Careers / Employability Service, whilst the University’s Placement Team has been nominated for Best University Placement Service and Most Improved Commitment to Employability.
Head of Placements at the University’s Careers & Employability Service, Rachel Collins, has been nominated for Outstanding Contribution to Work Experience.
University of Liverpool student Mark Rodmell has also been shortlisted in the Best Placement Student category for his year in industry with Virgin Media. Finalists for this category are judged to have made a genuine, measurable impact to their business whilst on placement. Mark is currently on BA Business Studies with Year in Industry course at the University.
A full list of University and Student nominations for the NUE awards are now available online. Further information on the event is available at: http://nueawards.co.uk/index.php
For more information on placements, internships and work experience visit the Careers & Employability Service website at: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/careers/placements-internships-and-work-experience/
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