Our careers and employability team can help you to add a Kent graduate to your team.
Benefit from our students' enthusiasm, energy, hard work and new ways of thinking.
A great opportunity to engage with the best students and graduates from the south east.
Our award-winning careers and employability team work with our students to develop skills beyond their degree focusing on what matters to businesses. Here's what they'll bring to your business.
Kent graduates are confident, creative, innovative and resilient, as well as culturally and globally aware.
"Working at KMTV will help me massively in the future."
Ka Yee Mak is in the third year of her Journalism degree at Kent. She’s undertaking an internship at television channel KMTV.
"My placement helped to align my experience, studies and what I wanted to do."
Rachel gained a first-class BSc (Hons) in Forensic Science with a Year in Industry and graduated in 2016. She now works at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) as a quality control analyst.
"Kent gave me a great platform to make myself extremely employable."
Pranav came to Kent through Clearing. He now manages a team for the British recruitment firm Robert Walters in Tokyo.
"Placement students get two visits from the University’s placement team."
Ayo is in her final year of studying Computer Systems Engineering with a Year in Industry.
"I attended Kent’s Careers Fair where I spoke with the company I work for now."
Ellie graduated in 2018 with a BA (Hons) in French and Italian. She is now working in the construction industry.
"The Careers Service offer guidance and support."
Harry graduated in 2017 with a BA (Hons) in Comparative Literature. He now works as a publicist in areas including music, comedy, film and publishing.
"The placement has really focused me on where I want to go in my career."
Katrine is in her final year studying Wildlife Conservation. Here she talks about her experiences during her year in professional practice in India.
From local councils to tech companies in California, our students are supported to find the placement that is right for them.
Professor Darren Griffiths from the University of Kent talks about the benefits of embarking on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).
This co-curricular programme allows students to develop their entrepreneurial skills and prepares them for starting their own venture.