Social Engagement for Employability Development (SEED)

Friday 27th June, 11:15 to 11:30


Laura Davis

SEED stands for Social Engagement for Employability Development and is a new initiative within IEMS. It aims to promote Social Engagement and equip international students with employability skills to improve their future career prospects both at home and in the UK. The SEED project is coupled with the UK Work Experience Programme to place individuals and groups of students from overseas into the public, charitable and third sectors on a temporary basis to undertake projects. Full training is given to students to ensure that they are equipped with extra knowledge and skills to be work-ready to undertake placements. This is achieved through our ASSET programme.

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