Announcing PwC as our headline partner for the NUE Awards 10th Anniversary
We are delighted to announce that PwC will be our headline partner at this year's National Undergraduate Employability Awards!
Our Awards, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary on 1st March, showcases and rewards excellence in undergraduate employability across employers, students and universities in the UK. Being the only undergraduate specific awards in the market, the NUE Awards provides a unique platform to celebrate the amazing work taking place in the sector, and to recognise those who are making a difference to the careers of young people across the UK.
Cathy Baxter, Early Identification Talent Leader at PwC, told us:
“At PwC, our undergraduate work experience programmes are central to our success. Our aim is to build lasting relationships with students throughout their studies and beyond, to support our future graduate talent pipeline.
We are extremely proud to be the Headline Partner for the NUE Awards in their tenth year, as it’s hugely important to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of all stakeholders who work so hard within the industry. A huge congratulations to all the finalists - and we wish them all the very best of luck!”
Oliver Sidwell, Co-Founder at RMP Enterprise, added:
“We’re thrilled to continue our ongoing relationship with PwC. They supported the first NUE Awards back in 2010 and have continually supported the event and undergraduate employability throughout the journey over the past ten years.
“It’s incredible to see how the event has grown; from a lecture hall in Oxford Brookes all those years ago, to the biggest undergraduate employability event in the UK. I’m excited that the NUE Awards will bring the market together again to reward and celebrate best practice across all stakeholders driving forward undergraduate work experience.”
If you're attending on 1st March, you're in for a treat!Our 10th anniversary special will be thebest yet, withtalks from Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive of the Institute of Student Employers, and Sheridan Ash and Robyn Howard from PwC, who are presenting 'Tech She Can; Together We Can Change the Ratio’.
This year’s special guest speaker is Olympian Royalty, Col. Dame Kelly Holmes DBE, who will be taking to the stage to share her incredible journey.