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Employability and professional practice are embedded in all of Northumbria’s postgraduate courses, some of which have been developed in conjunction with the UK’s leading employers (including BAE Systems, the NHS, IBM, Shell, the BBC, and Santander).
Many postgraduate courses are accredited by professional industry bodies such as the British Psychological Society and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Northumbria’s Newcastle Business School was also the first in Europe to gain AACSB double accreditation in accounting and business.
Students acquire the specialist skills required to enter the workplace at an advanced level, gaining real-world opportunities to work with the university’s network of leading businesses on live project briefs.
The university’s close links with national and international employers, professional agencies, and government bodies also provides many opportunities for students to gain internships and professional placements.
Northumbria also provides a dedicated careers and employment service – ‘Graduate Futures’, which provides support on finding jobs, writing CVs, and creating portfolios, operates a graduate jobs board, and runs careers fairs where students can meet recruiters.
Northumbria's free-to-access Student & Graduate Enterprise service supports budding entrepreneurs and connects graduates of up to 5 years with specialist mentors, runs regular workshops, and offers a dedicated business idea development space, known as the Hatchery.
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