As well as discussing your options with our staff, and utilising our resources, you may wish to consider consulting the following external sites. 

Please note that we have no control over the nature, content and availability of these sites.


Institute of Student Employers (ISE)

Courses and Webinars: Many recordings can be viewed without membership from here.
Member benefits include:
Employer Sector Groups  |   Special Interest Forums   |   Annual Surveys  |  Conferences   |   Annual Awards.  
Student Employer Magazine   |   E-News   |   Consultation  |  
SE Community.
Example Blog Content:
5 biggest student recruitment trends of 2021

7 Tips for a robust recruitment strategy
5 ways employers are adapting student attraction in 2021
How 3 Employers are supporting Black students
EY Foundation on virtual employability programmes to unlock potential
How are work-based student development programmes changing?
7 tips to make homeworking work for entry-level staff
3 trends shaping how you recruit disabled students
ISE's top 10 webinars of 2020


National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB)
The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) is an independent and not-for-profit membership organisation that promotes, develops and supports university-business collaboration across the UK.
Homepage |  BlogExample Articles: 
What are the emerging impacts of COVID-19 on the graduate labour market?
The year ahead for university-business collaboration on skills and talent


Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership
Labour Market and Skills Research
Latest insights on the changing labour market and skills landscape assisting educators, employers, job seekers, young people and their parents in making informed decisions.


Your Guide To Securing Your Talent Pipeline:  Download from here
Lead in the New Era |   Embrace the New Era

‘While the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic are being felt across the world of work, it’s been widely reported that junior professionals are more likely to have been significantly affected, posing a risk to their financial prospects, career progression and wellbeing. In turn, this has impacted employers’ access to a new pipeline of talent – reducing or stopping the hiring of entry level professionals altogether may pose a threat to our working future, creating skills gaps and seniority disparities.

Our guide provides context around the ongoing impact that these events are having on professionals and organisations alike, and provides practical strategies employers can use to address the risks and ensure their talent pipeline is secured.’


Home Office
Guidance On Employing International Students

January 2021 Update:

Home Office Information