Organisation Name

Institute of Student Employers

Founded: 1968

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“The ISE is the leading voice of student employers in the UK. We bring together employers, the education sector and supplier partners to provide leadership and support in all aspects of student recruitment and development.”

– Stephen Isherwood, CEO

About this partner

The Institute of Student Employers (ISE), formerly the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), is an independent, not-for-profit member organisation that was established in 1968.

As the UK’s leading independent voice for student employers, our vision is that the success of every business is maximised by full access to student talent.

Our activities include:

• Promoting excellence and innovation in the resourcing, assessment and
development of emerging talent including school leavers, apprentices and
graduates

• Providing expert information and insight to our member organisations,
creating engaged communities for professional networking and sharing of
best practice

• Delivering comprehensive research on a range of issues affecting
graduate, intern and apprenticeship recruitment and development,
including current and future trends and benchmarking data

• Investing in the professional development of members to enhance their
skills and knowledge, maximising their career opportunities within the
profession

• Influencing key policy areas affecting student employment and the
education sector

• Building a strong professional organisation with the right structure and
team capabilities to deliver the services and support members require to
fulfil their objectives

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The Institute of Student Employers (ISE), formerly the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), is an independent, not-for-profit member organisation that was established in 1968.

As the UK’s leading independent voice for student employers, our vision is that the success of every business is maximised by full access to student talent.

Our activities include:

• Promoting excellence and innovation in the resourcing, assessment and
development of emerging talent including school leavers, apprentices and
graduates

• Providing expert information and insight to our member organisations,
creating engaged communities for professional networking and sharing of
best practice

• Delivering comprehensive research on a range of issues affecting
graduate, intern and apprenticeship recruitment and development,
including current and future trends and benchmarking data

• Investing in the professional development of members to enhance their
skills and knowledge, maximising their career opportunities within the
profession

• Influencing key policy areas affecting student employment and the
education sector

• Building a strong professional organisation with the right structure and
team capabilities to deliver the services and support members require to
fulfil their objectives