LJMU offers students the chance to work on business projects

Fri, December 6th, 2019

There is an the opportunity available to businesses to get a team of 6 students

The business school at Liverpool John Moores University have expanded their project-based learning offer and there’s the opportunity available to businesses to get a team of 6 students to work on a 3 month long project in the new year.

This module is designed such that students can gain credit as part of their business degree in an experiential setting, and allow them to use the theory they have learnt and apply it to business.

There is no exam for this module as students will be assessed purely on the decisions they make and the outcome of those decisions and how they impact what is delivered. Students work in groups of five or six for each project. If the project is very large or diverse we may break this down into two projects.

Students start the module on [Start] where they are faced with a number of tasks to help develop their team/communication skills and to introduce them to the projects that are being offered by the various social enterprises/organisations.

Following this session, it is expected that the groups will then make contact with their respective enterprise/organisation as soon as possible in order to start working on the project. Student groups are expected to submit their final project report by [Conclusion], and we therefore expect projects to be completed in advance of this date.

Business owner/ managers or their representatives are invited to join us for a project fair on [Event date], where students will present their projects between 11:00 and 15:00 in a ‘market’ style setting

Below are a blank form to fill out, and also an example form. 

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