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Course teams and departments across the university have continued to offer events, activities and opportunities virtually, including online social events, talks, and webinars.
*These provisions may change.
'Enterprise, the Future and You' series offers interesting talks to help budding entrepreneurs.
Within the university, the Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Centre (IWIC) is a focal point for enterprise development and start-ups.
Student membership of the IWIC gives access to hot desks and opportunities to collaborate with other start-ups and businesses.
Students on eligible courses will be issued a Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR), listing extracurricular achievements.
Students and recent graduates can apply for paid virtual internships with local companies. Students can apply for paid virtual micro-placements. A Student Employability poster competition was run, with the winning student accessing a paid virtual placement.
*These provisions may change.
The Students' Union have volunteering opportunities within their Active Wellbeing scheme.
The University of Suffolk organise a volunteering event where students can find out about volunteering opportunities.
A micro-placement scheme provides short-term work experience to develop transferable skills and enhance employability.
For courses that offer placements, support will be available from the course team and Study Abroad adviser.