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Selection & Assessment
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Selection & Assessment 



Selection & assessment explores the way in which organisations choose from the candidates who have applied for opportunities and consider where they might best be deployed in the organisation. 

It’s fair to say that that assessment & selection has seen the most high-profile disruption in recent years of any part of the student recruitment process. But what are employers doing today to make this crucial part of the process more efficient, effective and engaging for candidates?

How PwC and EY are improving the assessment and selection of their candidates. 

Stephen Isherwood – ISE Chief Executive and panel Chair

Andrew Bargery – Campus & Schools Engagement Leader at PwC

James Gordanifar – Head of Student Recruitment at EY


Candidate experience

Today's candidates are tomorrow's customers, and as such candidates increasingly expect a consumer-centric experience. Technology is shaping the future of recruitment making it more efficient than before. But how are student recruiters using technology to improve the experience candidates receive?

An expert employer panel to shares best-practice, advice and insight about how digital disruption is changing the face of student recruitment. 


Learn about the ways Liberty Global Virgin Media and Atkins are taking to transform the levels of engagement their candidates receive at every step of recruitment. 

Stephen Isherwood – ISE Chief Executive and panel Chair

Lucy Hegarty – Future Careers Recruitment Manager at Virgin Media

Katherine Dodge – Recruitment Partner Early Careers at Atkins


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