We have forged an enviable track record in employability - in fact, we have now achieved a 95 per cent five-year average for graduates obtaining first degrees from full-time courses, according to data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
We have a huge amount of established networks which we build on all the time.
Our global partnerships are strong and bear much fruit.
We work with over 2,300 partner organisations to provide students with vital experience of the professional environment.
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The majority of our students have the opportunity to take part in our Professional Training placement programme. This means a Surrey degree will normally last four years.
Fees during your Professional Training placement year are substantially reduced. For students from lower income households, this fee is waived entirely.
Most students on our Professional Training placement (PTP) programme are paid a salary by their employers, which is a valuable source of income during their time at Surrey. For those who are on an unpaid placement, we have a fund to ensure they receive some financial support during their placement year.
Fees for the Professional Training placement for Home/EU and International Undergraduate students are currently set as follows:
My experience on placement has been invaluable and given me so much confidence. I have developed practical skills that allow me to add value to my organisation and I have established excellent networks to support my future.