NUE Awards 2018Diversity & Inclusion
The theme for the 2018 Awards naturally formed when all speakers mentioned the prevalence of diversity and inclusion in the undergraduate industry this year.
Messages of equal opportunity, understanding and accepting individual circumstances and encouraging students to believe in themselves were echoed throughout the day/evening.
In true NUE Awards style, Ade was asked to leave us with an inspirational quote:
We are all super heroes- it just takes time and courage to find our inner super strengths. So never stop believing in yourself and never ever give up!
Congratulations to all of the winners and a special mention to Percy Pig who made a guest appearance when Marks & Spencer collected their trophy.
You can find all of the winners below as well their spotlight moment in our NUE Awards Gallery!
NUE Awards 2019 Winners
Top Undergraduate Employer 2019/20
Top Medium-sized Undergraduate Scheme 2019/20
Top Small to Medium-sized Undergraduate Employer
Best Diversity Initiative in Work Experience
Civil Service Fast Stream
Best Short-term Insight Scheme
Best Recruitment Marketing Campaign
Accenture (Submitted by AIA Worldwide)
Best University Placement Service (Under 500 Placements)
University of Southampton, Business School Placements Office
Best University Placement Service (Over 500 Placements)
University of Surrey, Employability and Careers Centre
Best University Careers / Employability Service
University of Birmingham, Careers Network- Work Experience Team
Most Improved Commitment to Employability
University of Liverpool, Careers & Employability Team
Outstanding Contribution to Work Experience
Karen Malcolm, University College Birmingham
Best Collaboration Between a University & Employer
Staffordshire University and Staffordshire Police
Best Placement Student
Vijay Gill (GSK)
Lukas Zettl (Bloomberg)
Best Student Contribution to a Small to Medium-sized Employer
Rebecca Nettleship (Heartsine)
Best Brand Manager
Oliva Williams (Linklaters)
Best University Society
Warwick Engineering Society, University of Warwick