NetPay has today announced that it has teamed up with Southampton Solent University, School of Business and Law to deliver research marketing projects with undergraduate business students.
NetPay will be providing real opportunities for students to participate in research and marketing projects within a commercial environment.
Sian Campbell, Senior Lecturer in Business at Solent University School of Business said “We are delighted to be working with such a dynamic, progressive, company as NetPay. They are supporting our students to gain valuable skills and insights that will enhance their employability and influence their future careers.”
Cerri Killworth, Marketing Manager at NetPay said “It is great to be working in partnership with Southampton Solent University and be able to offer students the opportunity to work on real-business projects.”
Killworth continues “We are enabling them to gain practical real-world experience and the opportunity to see their work used in a commercial environment. I am confident that the work that we do together will give students career opportunities and skills that will benefit them when they begin their working life.”