Free Consultancy via The University of Nottigham

October 19, 2016 12:31 pm

If your organisation needs support with anything from research to marketing to analysis of information then The University of Nottingham’s Consultancy Challenge may be just what you need.

Small groups of students are available to work with organisations over a five week period in February and March 2017. What’s needed from you is a brief of what you would like the students to do and attendance at two meetings in Nottingham at the start and end of the project. The result for you will be a presentation and report that might support you with funding bids, campaigning or more effective business processes. University of Nottingham students are skilled at carrying out research, reasoning and analysis of information along with an ability to apply techniques for ‘thinking outside of the box’. To express an interest in taking part in the Nottingham Consultancy Challenge, please contact

The Nottingham Consultancy Challenge will be held at each of their 3 campuses in February and March next year. They are looking for a range of projects to engage student interest as those involved will be from many different courses. It’s important that they are able to offer participating organisations student teams that are best equipped to carry out the consultancy to a good standard. Please complete this form where you can outline further details of your requirements. Feel free to outline more than one project but only on will be selected.

The University of Nottingham would need someone from your organisation to attend a briefing for the students and a presentation at the end of the project. Dates and times of these are on the form. Please select which campus challenges you are available for – you can select all that you are free for and if we proceed, you will be allocated a campus. In case you are unfamiliar with the University, Jubilee and University Park are a mile apart just to the south of Nottingham City Centre and Sutton Bonington is on the Leicestershire border near to Kegworth.

Please return the form to Jacqui Storey by 31st October and feel free to contact her for further information.

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