With an aim to “equal the playing field for international student cohorts”, the partnership will allow graduates to use Student Circus’s plethora of toolkits and resources, as well as its “dynamic jobs board”.
“With this partnership we can help international students before, during and after they study,” said OIEG CEO Lil Bremermann-Richard.
“[Those] entering the workforce bring valuable perspectives and experience, but often find it difficult to get work in their chosen field.”
It comes after it was reported by The PIE that “more action is required” to bridge the remaining gap for international students and UK graduate employability.
As well as allowing students access to the Student Circus platform, OIEG is currently operating a pre-masters pathway, which gives students the ability to look for visa-enabled jobs and placements.
The pathway follows in the same vein of helping students “before, during and after they study”, by allowing them access from the start of their pre-sessions program.