Graduate Schemes

Graduate schemes are typically used by growing, larger or professional organisations who need to recruit and train graduates year on year. These schemes normally last 18-36 months, often involve rotation around the business and some formal training or qualifications. These schemes are often a longer term investment by ‘growing your own’ future leaders. They are normally aimed at the highest performing graduates and, as such, the competition for candidates can be tough, with higher salaries ranging from £18,000-£25,000pa or c£22,000pa on average for Sheffield.

Both Universities can help employers to advertise graduate schemes and work with you on developing attraction strategies. They also run a joint recruitment fair which you can advertise at (Sheffield Universities Recruitment Fairs). For more information you can contact the Universities through this form, or contact:

 

University of Sheffield Sheffield Hallam University

Tracey Hill
Employer Relationship Manager 
Careers Service
T: 0114 222 0917
E: T.A.Hill@sheffield.ac.uk

 

Simon Thompson
Head of Employer Engagement
Careers & Employment
T: 0114 225 5555
E: S.Thompson@shu.ac.uk

 

If you are seeking to set up your own graduate scheme for the first time, or to improve an existing scheme, you can contact some of the following organisations for support and advice: