Placer is a unique work experience app and platform created to increase the number of students gaining work experience. It is revolutionising the way that students can access opportunities (an hour, a day, a project, a longer-term placement, and everything in between) by partnering directly with universities/colleges and a network of employers.
By partnering with Placer, you can promote the work experience opportunities you have generated, alongside those curated by Placer, through a co-branded app. This allows you to offer a greater choice of work experience opportunities to your students and makes your university/college more attractive to you next student cohort.
Mark Diggle, Director of Careers, Manchester Metropolitan University
Dr. Lindsey J. Munro, Faculty Lead for Employability (Science & Engineering), Manchester Metropolitan University
How does Placer work for Universities?
Simple set up process
Publish your opportunities
Management of placements
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