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“Great place to work, many opportunities”

Pros: The university is centrally located, making it easy for employees to travel from all over the city. The work ethics and morals of this learning institute are regarded very highly and are instilled in all new employees. There are many development opportunities for those who show promise and interest.

Cons: There is really nothing bad about working at the university other than a certain level of job insecurity. This is due to money having to be sourced from outside to ensure the doors are kept open. Although it’s really not as bad as it sounds.

Unusual thing: Staff training is ongoing at the facility.

“Pretty awesome place to work for”

The offices are spacious and very modern. The university is located very centrally, making it easy for everyone to get there on time even during peak hour traffic. The training opportunities are wonderful. There is a lot of different career opportunities for existing staff that want to grow within the company. Management truly cares about each and every staff member.

The only tiny issues with this place is the fact that there is too little parking space for the amount of staff members. However, this is easily fixable. A lack of funding during the slow months does create mild panic at times, since permanent jobs are dependent on it.

Most employees have worked here for more than 5 years.

Our ethos is Dream, Plan, Achieve. We aim to provide every student with the tools they need to achieve their dreams. Our globally unique World of Work programme is backed by business leaders because it gives our students an educational experience that is intellectually challenging and industry-relevant, with professional skills that help them to stand out in the job market.