Success for KBS at Employability Points Rewards Ceremony 2017

Kent Business School is proud to announce that six business students were among the winners at the Employability Points Rewards Ceremony 2017.

The evening was organised to bring together high-scoring Employability Points students, local businesses, and organisations involved in the scheme with representatives from the University of Kent to celebrate these successes.

The Employability Points Scheme rewards students for their involvement in extra-curricular activities alongside their studies. Students can claim ‘Employability Points’ for each activity completed and redeem their points for a chance to apply for rewards including paid internships, project placements, work experience, training, vouchers and more.


The Kent Business School winners were:

Aleksandra Szurlat
Highest scoring student who has engaged with Study Plus

Cristina-Diana Cojocaru
Highest scoring student who has completed the Careers Award on Moodle

Jonathan Small
Highest scoring student studying a business-related degree at Medway

Melissa Neave
Highest scoring student who has engaged with community outreach activities

Rayyan Petkar
EP student who has logged the highest number of Hub activities

Vladislav Kozub
Highest scoring student from the Medway Campus

melissa-neaveKent Business School Employability & Placements Manager Sophie Davis said: ‘These students have thrown themselves into a whole range of extracurricular activities during their studies including getting involved in societies, attending additional courses, and acting as course representatives and ambassadors which will have enhanced their employability skills and their CVs. They have given back to Kent Business School and their local community by volunteering their time to events and charitable activities and raising money for a variety of great causes.’

Vladislav Kozub, Kent Business School student and winner of the Highest Scoring Student from the Medway Campus award said: ‘I would certainly recommend the EP scheme. For receiving important career experience I have not only won an iPad and numerous Amazon vouchers, but I have managed to secure a 3-month paid internship and was lucky enough to be offered a further 12-month Year in Industry Placement. All this will support me in my main goal of securing a role on a graduate scheme at the end of my studies.’

Congratulations to all the Employability Points reward winners from all at Kent Business School.

Find out more about the Employability Points Scheme.

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