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2017 marks the eighth annual National Undergraduate Employability Awards as well as RMP Enterprise’s 10th birthday! It has been a truly amazing 10 years and to be able to celebrate it with everyone who has helped make it so special is fantastic.
Having received over 500 entries for this year's NUE Awards, we have been able to gain a real insight into the invaluable contributions and incredible achievements of our many stakeholders in the undergraduate work experience market. It’s safe to say all of our winners across the three categories have gone above and beyond to exceed expectations.
A huge thank you to all of those who nominated this year and congratulations to our finalists and well deserved winners.Ollie and the RMP team
Click on the buttons below to view the winners in each category.
Unfortunately, we have to keep the winner of this award TOP SECRET until September 2017! The Top Undergraduate Employers Table will be announced in a nationwide PR launch, to coincide with the release of our next publication of A Student’s Guide to the Top Undergraduate Employers at the start of the 2017 - 2018 academic year.
As above, we have to keep the winner of this award TOP SECRET until September 2017! The Top Undergraduate Employers Table will be announced in a nationwide PR launch, to coincide with the release of our next publication of A Student’s Guide to the Top Undergraduate Employers at the start of the 2017 - 2018 academic year.
The Best Small to Medium-sized Undergraduate Employer (SME) Award celebrates small businesses who offer excellent work experience opportunities for undergraduate students.
Egress Software Technologies
TLC Marketing UK
This Award celebrates the introduction of well designed and effective work experience / structured undergraduate schemes by organisations in the last three years.
Hays Specialist Recruitment
We Are Nova Ltd
This Award recognises and promotes inclusion and diversity in work experience for all students within a company.
Bank of England
Change 100 (Leonard Cheshire Disability)
Civil Service Fast Stream
This Award recognises the company that places real value on students during a short-term insight or vacation scheme, contributing to the development of a future talent pool within the academic year of 2016/17.
Simmons & Simmons
This is an Award to recognise and reward those employers who have created a targeted campaign on campus with a main focus to deliver ROI and hires to the business.
Accenture (submitted by AIA Worldwide)
Herbert Smith Freehills (submitted by ThirtyThree)
Lidl UK (submitted by OnlineMediaExperts)
Marks & Spencer (submitted by AIA Worldwide)
The Best Innovation On Campus Award celebrates the innovative and creative campaigns employers have used to create an impact on campus. Campaigns which have broken boundaries and used the latest technology to create a stir amongst students nationally.
EY submitted by MSL Group
Lidl UK submitted by OnlineMediaExperts
This Award celebrates the tireless and invaluable contributions made by a university placement office in helping students apply and maximise their work experience opportunities.
University of Glasgow Careers Service - Internship Hub
University of Leeds - Faculty of Engineering Employability Team
University of Liverpool - Placement Service
University of Sheffield - Careers Service Placement Team
This Award celebrates the outstanding and invaluable contributions made by the university careers/employability services in helping students apply and maximise their work experience opportunities.
University of Glasgow
University of Liverpool
University of Reading
University of Westminster
This Award celebrates the increased commitment provided by a university department, placement or careers service in helping students apply and maximise their work experience opportunities.
Henley Careers, Henley Business School
University of Liverpool - Placement Team
University of Reading - Careers Centre
University of Southampton - Placements Office - Faculty of Business, Law and Art
This Award celebrates the tireless and invaluable contributions made by a particular individual within a university to help students apply and maximise their work experience opportunities.
Andrew Stainton - University of Huddersfield
Rebecca Evans - University of Leeds
Rachael Collins - University of Liverpool
Sue Welland - University of Birmingham
This Award celebrates the most effective and influential collaborations developed between a university/department and employer to offer students additional employability skills and opportunities.
Highly Commended: University of Lincoln, Careers and Employability Team & The Lincolnshire Police
University of Kent, Business School & Enterprise Rent-A-Car
University of Leeds & The Department for Work and Pensions
University of Southampton & Grosvenor Britain and Ireland
This Award celebrates the genuine and measurable impact students have contributed whilst on placement to businesses across the UK.
Andrew Hawthorne – BMW Group
Hamza Khan – Microsoft
Karabo Mazibuko – Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Mark Rodmell – Virgin Media
This Award celebrates intern students who have exceeded expectations and genuinely made a significant impact to their team, department or the business as a whole.
Hristo Anastasov – PwC
Kajal Shukla – Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Lawrence Williamson – Buro Happold
Timothy Taylor – HSBC
This Award recognises the student who has exceeded expectations and genuinely made a significant impact to the small to medium-sized business as a whole.
Amanda Olsson – Golfbreaks.com
Kadi Tamjarv – Home Energy Scotland (HES)
Sarah Eaves – First Response Group
Tom Reed – TEKEVER
This Award celebrates the university society who have a real passion in supporting their members with employability skills.
Sheffield Hallam Food and Nutrition Society
University of Bristol Consulting Society
University of Bristol Law Club