Could your business use a talented graduate or student?
We help you find the right people with the right combination of skills, talent and enthusiasm.
With 18,000 students and thousands of alumni, Teesside University represents an incredible pool of talent for employers.
Students and graduates contribute to local, national and international organisations of all shapes and sizes, bringing enthusiasm, creativity, innovation, and problem solving to help your organisation thrive.
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When employing a student or graduate for a placement opportunity, you’ll have all the support and guidance you need from our team of friendly and experienced advisers. We will help you select the right placement scheme for your business, offer a recruitment and matching service and help you through any paperwork you may need to complete.
We provide a customised approach to help you find a student or graduate to suit your needs. There are a number of work experience schemes available depending on your requirements.
|Placement type||Duration and timings||Level of student|
|Masters with ‘advanced practice’||Minimum 12 weeks starting in September and January||Second year masters student|
|Sandwich placement, year in industry||Minimum 36 weeks to start between June and September||Second or third year undergraduate student|
|Module placements||One or two semesters to be undertaken alongside the student’s course of study||Penultimate or final year undergraduate or postgraduate students|
|Funded graduate internships||8 – 12 weeks, start dates throughout the year||Teesside University graduates|
|Funded undergraduate internships||8 weeks during the summer||Penultimate or final year students|
|Growth Associate Programme*||6, 9 or 12 months||University graduates|
|Graduates for Growth*||Fully-funded 12 week graduate internship||University graduates|
|Creative and Cultural Sector Internships||4 weeks with start dates throughout the year||Master's graduates or soon-to-be graduates|
*eligibility criteria apply.
Quorum Development, of Sedgefield, County Durham, is a market leader in providing EDT (electronic data transfer) and EDL (electronic dispatches and logging) interfaces to National Grid.
Jordan Robinson, an MEng Instrumentation and Control graduate, during a four month work placement and as part of his Master’s degree project at Quorum Development Ltd, developed an interface that connected up Quorum’s software to a wind turbine, demonstrating that National Grid could automatically control a wind turbine’s output.