Be Involved

At Sheffield University Management School, we welcome individuals, companies and alumni from all business sectors to work with us. We have a programme of opportunities open throughout the year to suit your interests, whether you are willing to share your knowledge through delivering a guest lecture, work with our students on projects or through internships, or get fully involved in a collaborative research project.

In this section you will find out about our current opportunities which we encourage you to consider.

Speakers for Accounting, Banking and Finance Careers Discovery Series

Status: Expressions of interest

Type: Alumni, Business, Speaker

When: October 1, 2017

Where: Sheffield University Management School, UK

Learn more about how you can get involved

Volunteers required: Management School alumni and friends working in all aspects of Accounting, Banking and Finance at all levels of your career.

Role: Students are interested to hear from professionals working in areas including corporate finance, commercial and investment banking, insurance and auditing, financial planning and public accounting.

The Careers Discovery Series is four separate week-long events focusing on different areas of business. Each week consists of workshops, talks, and drop-in sessions hosted by alumni, employers and professional bodies, open to Management Students across all levels. A typical session will be 50 mins long (30-40mins presentation with 10-20mins Q&A) aiming to provide students with an introduction to your current role and organisation, your own career journey from graduation, and any advice you would give to students about entering the graduate market.

The Accounting, Banking and Finance week will take place in October 2017 (dates TBC).

If you are interested in being involved, please register your interest at mgtalumni@sheffield.ac.uk

Speakers for the HR & People Development Careers Discovery Series

Status: Expressions of interest

Type: Alumni, Business, Speaker

When: November 1, 2017

Where: Sheffield University Management School, UK

Learn more about how you can get involved

Volunteers required: Management School alumni and friends working in all aspects of Human Resources and People Development at all levels of your career.

Role: Students are interested to hear from professionals working in areas including work and wellbeing, recruitment and selection, employee leadership and development.

The Careers Discovery Series is four separate week-long events focusing on different areas of business. Each week consists of workshops, talks, and drop-in sessions hosted by alumni, employers and professional bodies, open to Management Students across all levels. A typical session will be 50 mins long (30-40mins presentation with 10-20mins Q&A) aiming to provide students with an introduction to your current role and organisation, your own career journey from graduation, and any advice you would give to students about entering the graduate market.

The Human Resources and People Development week will take place in November 2017 (dates TBC).

If you are interested in being involved, please register your interest at mgtalumni@sheffield.ac.uk

Host a Masters level student project

Status: Expressions of interest

Type: Alumni, Business, Company hosted

When: December 31, 2017

Where: Company based

Learn more about how you can get involved

Submissions for 2017 are now closed, but if you have an idea for next year's projects please feel free to get in touch. Contact Business Development Manager Una Moran on u.moran@sheffield.ac.uk or +44 (0) 114 222 3252.

A student project at the Management School is when a Masters student (MSc or MBA) carries out their research dissertation project, as part of their studies, within an organisational setting. Students can work with your company on a particular issue or challenge set by you as the host organisation for a period of around 3-4 months.

The project will take place over Summer 2017, but we are currently taking expressions of interest and welcome your ideas for further discussion.

You can find further information about hosting a student project here.