The University of Reading and Henley Business School have been shortlisted for a total of 4 awards at this year’s National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE). Both the University and Henley Business School have been nominated for awards that reflect institution-wide performance and individual student participation in work placement schemes.
The nominations are as follows:
Best University Careers / Employability Service: Central Careers, University of Reading.
Outstanding Contribution to Work Experience: Harriet Kirk, Careers Consultant, Henley Business School.
Best Student Contribution to a Small to Medium-Sized Employer: Lewis Sargent, Henley Business School, and Rachel Pitman, University of Reading.
Now in its seventh year, NUE Awards are presented to employers, universities and students who have demonstrated exceptional support and engagement with the undergraduate employment market. The awards ceremony took place on Friday 12th February in London, hosted by the king of reggae sauce himself, Levi Roots. Despite not winning all four awards Rachel Pitman, one of our students picked up the ‘Highly Commended’ award in her category as a result of her outstanding contribution during her 1 year placement.