The Guardian UK 300 (GTI) highlights the most popular graduate employers by different demographics. Ask to see a reference copy at the Careers and Employability Centre.
Examples of such positive action programmes, details of employers keen to promote diversity and inclusion within their graduate recruitment and some key websites can be found in the Key Links section.
If you feel there are cultural, religious or other reasons relating to your ethnicity that affect your choice of career, career planning or job search strategy, please come and talk about these with our advisers. It is important to remember that employers are not allowed to treat a person less favourably than others due to their race, ethnicity, religion or belief. This is discrimination and is illegal. If you believe that you have been discriminated against in your search for work or feel that an employer has treated you unfairly on the basis of your ethnic origin, please make an appointment with our advisers to discuss the situation in confidence or contact an adviser at Hallam Union Advice Centre or visit your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
Equality and Diversity Internships
There are a range of equality and diversity internships, events and programmes which are designed to encourage greater diversity within organisations and the sectors which they operate in. Click here to find out more about them.