Abintegro is delighted to announce a partnership with GRB, the UK’s leading independent, graduate recruitment consultancy, to broadcast webinars from graduate employers to a potential audience of 1.5m UK students and 500 careers service staff.
From today, Abintegro’s university clients have exclusive access to the latest graduate recruitment advice for students, directly from employers within the GRB graduate recruiter network.
The webinars with graduate employers will be broadcast to students on the Abintegro career development platform, giving students inside information on fast-changing recruitment and selection processes. At a time when employers are unable to visit campuses, Abintegro provides a vital service for ensuring all students, across a rich diversity of UK institutions, are aware of the opportunities available and how to maximise their chances of success throughout the application process.
Abintegro is the most widely adopted platform by UK universities for developing student employability and ensuring informed career decision making. Integrated into 100 university intranets, the platform is used annually by over 1.5 million UK students and recent graduates, and a network of over 500 university careers service staff.
“University career services work hard to attract employers to campus, but in today’s remote working situation this is clearly not possible” said Tony Heard, Managing Director at Abintegro. “Through working with the GRB, who over the last 23 years have helped 600,000 students start their career with FTSE250 and fast growing SME graduate employers around the world, Abintegro can bring the broadest selection of hiring managers into the university environment to talk directly to their students.”
The webinars launch on 25 June and a diverse range of graduate employers are already confirmed up to October 2020.
Commenting on the partnership, Dan Hawes, Managing Director at GRB said:
“This partnership is about making it as easy as possible for employers to share their graduate recruitment advice and opportunities for students and to ensure universities across the UK are kept up-to-date with changes and developments in their recruitment activity.”
To learn more about this partnership and the webinar series, please contact us.