For almost 30 years, GTI have been partnering with universities at all key stages of the student journey.
We work closely with university careers and student services and provide them with all the tools they need to prepare students for employability. These include the free provision of market-leading print and online careers media; career-focused events designed to showcase and enhance employability; and database services and solutions to help careers officers and consultants better manage their student details.
With 77% of students already making career choices by the end of Year 11*, we realise that it is becoming increasingly more important to raise awareness of your profile to school leavers as soon as possible. This is why we have a whole range of products and services allowing you to engage with school leavers seeking career advice and options.
What’s more, for students wishing to continue their students, we also offer a comprehensive range of media that can help promote your postgraduate courses, as well as any relevant postgraduate funding schemes.
*trendence school leaver study 2016
From fresher to finalist, TARGETjobs is unique in its multichannel approach that provides students with the information and resources they need to find internships, placements, and graduate jobs and schemes.
We work closely with university careers offices to ensure that students are given the best possible information about their future career and postgraduate options after graduation.
targetjobs.co.uk advertises over 3,000 work experience and graduate job vacancies from employers large and small every year. We manage a consistent database of 900,000+ students and recent graduates, making us the most effective graduate job board for recruiters. We work in partnership with many key websites and organisations including AGCAS and STEP to ensure that our site users are able to access material written by industry-leading professionals.
We print over 300,000 copies of our varied careers publications to over 120 universities in the UK. In addition to promoting general graduate opportunities and advice, we have sector-specific publications covering the consulting, finance, engineering, law, IT, property and teaching sectors, where students will find all they need to help them make the best career decisions for them – and to make the best applications and assessment day performances.
Our ‘Undergraduate of the Year’ event gives universities the opportunity to showcase their most exceptional students, while encouraging their student body to gain extra skills and credits to make them more employable after graduation.
In-depth knowledge. Strengthening applications.
Take-up has been tremendous! We ran out of The Guardian UK 300 very quickly, and are now out of TARGETjobs Finance as well, with many requests for more. Both students and careers advisers find the publications invaluable and specifically look out for them.
Employability, careers and events administrator, Lancaster University
TARGETpostgrad provides a 360° solution for attracting the very best students and graduates to your MBA, MSc and PhD postgraduate courses.
targetpostgrad.com is the UK’s most comprehensive postgraduate course website, offering listings of over 21,000 Masters and MBA courses, as well as showcasing finance options through our user-friendly funding database (which also enables users to search over 1,200 funding opportunities). TARGETpostgrad.com attracts over 80,000 unique visitors a month and over 100,000 of the final-year students on our database are at the top 50 universities in the UK. Through our database of over 200,000 high-calibre active graduates, we can match your course offering to the right potential applicant
The TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad sector print publications are indisputably the most useful and widely read graduate magazines in the UK. Each of the sector titles in the series — all of which are ordered and distributed by careers services, academic departments and lecturers — is packed with sector-specific information, unique careers advice and major postgraduate course providers.
GTI runs six regional TARGETpostgrad Study and Funding Fairs, hosted at leading UK universities, which are attended by students and graduates from across the whole of the UK and beyond.
Supporting advancement. Providing opportunities
Aimed at ambitious school leavers, TARGETcareers brings together all the information needed to plan a professional career path from school to university and beyond.
This means we can provide universities with unprecedented opportunities to engage with school leavers actively seeking higher education options, and gives you the very best multimedia tools to target the right students and promote your institution and courses to a highly receptive audience.
targetcareers.co.uk helps school students plan their future by providing expert information and advice on the range of career possibilities available. An online hub on targetcareers.co.uk allows you to showcase your university, complete with logo, images and social media links. Further features enable you to display your prospectus, host videos and highlight events, such as open days.
By adding your courses to targetcareers.co.uk, students can easily find you in their searches and save the information to their account.
TARGETcareers gives you unprecedented opportunities to engage with a database of over 65,000 registered school students in the UK. With our tailored email service, you can target school leavers by year group, postcode, region, school and career sector. Our range of emails include weekly course alerts, open day/event emails and monthly newsletters.
We distribute 125,000 + free copies of our school leaver publications to over 4,500 schools and further education colleges , allowing you to showcase your institution to a large, yet highly focused audience.
Inspiring decisions. Unlocking potential
TARGETconnect is a student experience software solution developed with university careers services to manage contact with students, graduates and employers more efficiently. ‘Employability’ is an increasingly important priority for universities. TARGETconnect is key in preparing students for the world of work, engaging with employers, measuring progress and, most importantly, reaching more students.
This system is designed for use by other student services too, including counselling and guidance, disability, learning support, international student admissions, student finance and the various skills centres.
TARGETconnect streamlines communications, and it has taken work away from the team in terms of them explaining how our multiple systems used to work. Now they can focus on other things
University of Sheffield’s Careers Service
Update: We are also delighted to announce a partnership with VineUp, to extend our service to include tools that help build your alumni network. Coming soon are CV books, more event management tools and a ‘swipe arrive’ service to ease the flow of students into your service.
trendence UK is the largest student-focused market research business in the UK. It helps employers to strategise and refine their graduate recruitment campaigns.
We have a range of services designed to ensure you make the most of the data we can provide. This includes:
Bespoke reports: We deliver comprehensive research reports, tailored to employers’ specific requirements.
Results workshop: Delivered by our research team, who assist recruiters in making the best use of the analysis and applying the findings strategically.
Year-round support: Our research team are available for year-round consultation and ongoing support.
Online data tool: Our in-house online data tool, the trendVisualiser, allows recruiters to examine our data at any time of the day or night, 24/7.
UK Business Lead
Phone 020 7061 1935 or email.
The breadth of data, along with the expert guidance from the team at trendence, has enabled the entire graduate recruitment department to deepen their understanding of their respective universities and target audience, so as to better inform their decision making processes.
Graduate Recruitment & Development Manager, Clifford Chance