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Faculty Schemes

Faculty Mentoring Schemes

There are several career mentoring schemes for students. Some are managed within individual Faculties/Schools; others are managed by the Mentoring and Widening Participation team in the Careers Service

To check if your there is a mentoring scheme in your Faculty/School, take a look at the list below. For more information including application details, click on the links (on the right side of this page) which will take you to the each scheme. 

The Leeds University Business School - Leeds University Business School is going the extra mile to enhance the student experience during studies, aiming to make sure their students are as employable as possible when they graduate. The School is committed to developing students' real-world skills and knowledge – ensuring they are as prepared as can be, ready for the world of work. The aim is to maximise skills and opportunities through the Nurturing Talent Mentor Scheme.

The Faculty of Biological Sciences - The mentoring scheme links up professionals from bioscience and other industries to act as mentors to students in the Faculty of Biological Sciences. The scheme has been developed to provide students with the opportunity to enhance their employability, expand their professional networks and increase their confidence.

The School of Music - The School of Music employability mentoring scheme links up professionals from music and related industries, who are alumni of the School of Music, to act as mentors to students in the School. The scheme has been developed to provide students with the opportunity to enhance their employability, expand their professional networks and increase their confidence.

The School of Law - The Career Mentoring Scheme is an opportunity for second year students to be paired with a career mentor who can help with career planning and development.