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Norwich Business School students to gain insight into the workplace in Employability Week

Career Central, the careers advice centre at University of East Anglia. Picture: Dave Gutridge

Career Central, the careers advice centre at University of East Anglia. Picture: Dave Gutridge

Dave Gutridge

Students at a Norwich university will get an insight into the inner workings of business during a week of extra-curricular activities.

Norwich Business School’s Employability Week, which runs from November 6-10, will allow students to build their own timetable from a selection of 50 different events focused on employability.

Around 70 companies will be involved in the 2017 programme, which includes sessions on career management skills, practical experience, insight and networking, marketing and promotion, and technical skills training.

A firmly established fixture in the UEA-based institute’s calendar, Employability Week typically engages with more than 1,000 of NBS’s 1,400 students, with around 3,000 attendances at events over the week.

For more information, or to book on to a session, go to https://mycareercentral.uea.ac.uk/workgroups/nbs-employability-week

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