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Graduate Placements – Meet TalentScotland at the Careers Service on 16 March


The Careers Service is hosting a presentation by TalentScotland in the Careers and Employability Centre, M015 (ground floor George Moore) on Wednesday 16th March, 1.30pm-2.30pm. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about their graduate placement programme. There are still some places left, so, if you have not already booked, log-in here to book your place for this event.

TalentScotland’s graduate placement programme can offer an opportunity to work on a short-term project with an established business or social enterprise.  Organisations of all sizes participate and you receive a minimum salary of £14,000 (pro rata) whilst on your placement. A supplement of £1,500 will be included to placements based in the Highlands and Islands. Participating businesses are dynamic, growth-oriented and located across Scotland, within the private and voluntary sectors. Projects last from three months to one year. 

Graduate placement projects can cross a range of disciplines and the programme is open to all graduates who:

  • Have graduated at degree or postgraduate level from a higher education institution within the past two years — international graduates from non EU countries must have graduated from a Scottish higher education institution within the past two years
  • Have up-to-date visa documentation if required — international graduates only
  • Have good English language skills appropriate to a business environment
  • Have no more than one year’s relevant (graduate level) work experience
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