How Norwich Business School can support local businesses

Recruiting our graduates
Our Graduate Trainee Management Scheme (GTMS) is an exclusive recruitment programme for the business school. We advertise regional jobs (minimum 9 months) to our final year students who complete a full-day assessment centre before being shortlisted and interviewed by the employer. This is a great way to increase applications from high-calibre business graduates.

Employability prizes
This is a low-cost way for an organisation to interact with our students and gain some publicity by sponsoring a project based on business needs. You can read about our Alan Boswell prize on the EDP website and our blog contains details of our prizes with Adnams, Natwest and PwC.

Consultancy support
Our MBA students can offer free advice as part of their consultancy project to help businesses tackle a challenging issue.

Business advice
Norfolk Knowledge provides free one-to-one business support and guidance to organisations (generally start-ups/SMEs) through a network of experienced professionals.

Executive training and education
Our Executive MBA is delivered part-time over evenings and weekends, so is a great option for those wanting to continue working whilst they study. We are also working to align the course with the Senior Leader Master’s Degree Apprenticeship, meaning that employers paying the new Apprenticeship Levy will be able to use these funds to enrol their employees on the programme.