Celebrating International Women's day with NTU commercial support

Nottingham Trent University is proud to celebrate International Women's Day 2019 with a week of events celebrating women in business.

As well as on campus activity for the week, we're also looking ahead to the number of projects on offer throughout NTUs commercial teams dedicated to encouraging the development of women within business.

Where are all the female icons? A panel discussion

5 March, Newton Building, City Campus

To coincide with our Graduate and Placement Job Fair, NTUs employability team are inviting employers and student to a panel discussion to discuss the lack of female icons within the world of business, and what can be done to promote change.

Organisations being represented vary from micro to multi-national, with speakers from companies such as Capital One, Line + Dor Creative and Next.

Women in STEM

6 March, Clifton Campus

Hosted at our Clifton Campus, this event will provide an in depth insight into the world of STEM for women, including the good and the bad, as well as details on what they and their organisations are doing to tackle the gender diversity issues within STEM. Organisations taking part include Rolls Royce and Mars.

The event will close with a Q&A with our delegates and will provide a great opportunity to ascertain information and advice, and to ask panel members directly what it's like to be a female within STEM.

Employability Women's Mentoring Network Launch

8 March, City Campus

Students are encouraged to apply to the new employability women's network, where they will be matched to a female leader across multiple industries with the help of organisations such as The Women's Leadership and Empowerment Network, Boots, the National Trust and more.

This mentoring scheme will allow students access to female leaders, and to gain insight and industry knowledge. The mentoring programme is made up of one-day mentorships through to one-year mentorships.

For further information on these events, please contact:

Chris Allan
Chris.Allan@ntu.ac.uk
+44 (0)115 848 6063


ESF High Level Skills

Throughout 2019 and 2020

Women play a huge role in business across the Nottingham and Derbyshire region, but are often paid less than their male counterparts, as well as being more likely to miss out on career development opportunities.

The ESF High Level Skills programme aims to enhance equal access to lifelong learning for women in business, including a practical route to earning learning credits towards further qualifications and supporting those that may have missed out on traditional education opportunities. NTU are offering a 3-day management, innovation and leadership course for women in SMEs.

Read more about the project, as well as who is eligible to apply, on our High Levels Skills for SMEs page.


NTU and Refinitiv aim to tackle gender equality in technology

NTU and strategic partner Refinitiv are launching a comprehensive guest lecturing, insight and work experience programme together with the aim of raising aspiration of both female and widening participation students to work in financial technology.

As well as an extensive in-curriculum lecture series, the programme will also provide Insight Days at Refinitiv’s national technology centre in Nottingham. These days aim to develop the ambition and determination required for students to become the next generation of ‘Women-in-Tech’.

Sign up to the first event here:

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