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Graduate success stories

Since 2010, over 1000 graduates from approximately 25 different countries have successfully completed placements with businesses and social enterprises across Scotland. Here are some of the most recent examples of what they’ve learned along the way:

  • Claire Dyce of Grampian Growers

    Claire Dyce

    Grampian Growers

    Claire summarised what makes her placement company, Grampian Growers, different. We “produce and market daffodil flowers and bulbs as well as potatoes, so it’s something unique compared to other businesses that just operate in the potato industry. I start in the flowers in the next 3-4 weeks and then bulbs start in July so I’m looking forward to getting stuck in then”.


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  • Nuvaquahu NAMINGHA Dialexy

    Nuvaquahu Namingha

    Dialexy

    “The most important thing that I have gained personally is to not be scared of the unknown. It actually might be something good”.

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Other success stories

Claire Dyce of Grampian Growers

Claire Dyce

Grampian Growers

Claire summarised what makes her placement company, Grampian Growers, different. We “produce and market daffodil flowers and bulbs as well as potatoes, so it’s something unique compared to other businesses that just operate in the potato industry. I start in the flowers in the next 3-4 weeks and then bulbs start in July so I’m looking forward to getting stuck in then”.


View full story about Claire Dyce
Darroch Fisher

Darroch Fisher

Cocoa Black, Peebles

When Graduate Darroch Fisher joined an award-winning chocolatier in Peebles, his one-year placement involved him in some important steps forward for the company. He describes what happened.

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Eilidh Todd

Eilidh Todd

North Highland Initiative

Eilidh Todd talks about how she benefited from her graduate placement and where she is now five years on in 2018.

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Nuvaquahu NAMINGHA Dialexy

Nuvaquahu Namingha

Dialexy

“The most important thing that I have gained personally is to not be scared of the unknown. It actually might be something good”.

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Game Controller

Pauline Lecomte

Speech Graphics

You’ve likely thought about becoming a teacher, working abroad, being a translator… but working for a company specialising in facial animation software? 


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Marketers collaborating

Sophie Cassidy

Digital Marketing for Business Professionals Certificate (DMB)

If someone asked me a year ago 'what is digital marketing', I probably would have said that it was something to do with websites and social media.


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