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Student Employment Services (SES) is a Recruitment and Employment Agency, based near Leeds in the North & West Yorkshire area, specialising in paid Student and Graduate Internships, Student Placements and Graduate Jobs across the UK & Ireland region. We help connect students and graduates with start-up businesses, SME’s and large corporations.
With over 20 years of dedicated experience, we have formed exceptional working relationships with our clients, students & graduates and all the universities across the board. We pride ourselves on our dedication to provide excellent services to all our users, continuously meeting their needs and striving to develop what we offer.
IS YOUR BUSINESS LOOKING TO RECRUIT A SUPER INTERN?
Whether your company is a new start-up business, SME or a large corporation, Student Employment Services will take all the hassle out of hiring by helping find and connecting you with the perfect student or graduate from a rich pool of talent.
Benefits of doing an Internship or a Student Placement
Internships can be a great way for university students and graduates to get valuable work experience in the area they are interested in. Internships can be classed as a 1 week to 12 month experience in an organisation, which can be paid or unpaid depending on Industry/Sector, and encompass the full range of professions, from Engineering to Accountancy and Marketing to IT.
Industrial Placement or a Student Placement is a ‘real’ work experience gained within a ‘real’ working environment that will complement and support the student’s degree qualification and provide mutual benefit to both the employer and the student.
Interns Placement Success Stories
- (BA) Hons English Literature , Univertsity of Surrey
I wanted to improve my chances of employment after I graduate and learn how skills I've developed in university can translate to a working environment. I also wanted to find out what kind of job I would want to go into after university, and what working in an office is like.
I'm very happy I did the placement, as I didn't get my placement until very late in the academic year. I had considered not doing one at all but I'm pleased I stuck at it.
I would definitely recommend doing a placement as you gain invaluable experience and insight into a work environment which university can't fully prepare you for (although they do try their best). If you're still one of the last people to get a placement, don't worry! Just keep trying and it will pay off.
SES INTERN WINNER 2016
Emily, a Year in Industry Student, has been named the ‘SES Intern of Year’ winner for 2016. Emily was surprised but at the same time really happy when finding out she was crowned as the Winner.
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"I was looking to secure a 12-month-placement in the tourism industry in order to further improve my skills and grow professionally. Thanks to SES, I found an interesting placement.."Italian eCommerce Operations Intern – MA in Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Salerno
I would like to thank SES for all the help I received towards my placement, who greatly helped with my application and getting me prepared for my placement. I would definitely recommend SES to anybody looking for a student placement.”Incoming Data Analyst Intern – BSc Mathematics with Finance, Plymouth University