Workplace Ethics Challenge

Get ready for the workplace by exploring ethical dilemmas commonly faced by early career graduates

Workplace Ethics is launching 2018/2019 and is the Ethical Grand Challenge for final year students. The Challenge gives you the opportunity to explore ethical challenges faced by early career graduates in a range of sectors. You will find out how you might contribute to creating inclusive workplaces of the future while at Manchester and in your future career, by challenging how you view the world, and others in it. Read about the featured activities, or follow the links for more inspiration.

Children & Young People Workshop - 25 October 2017

Throughout 2017/18, final year students can take part in one of the Workplace Ethics pilot activities.

The first activity is a workshop for students interested in careers working with Children & Young People, taking place on 25 October 2017.

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Learn more about ethics in the workplace as part of your degree by taking a University College for Interdisciplinary Learning (UCIL) unit as one of your free choice options. For more unit options go to:


Give something back and gain practical insights into initiatives designed to promote inclusivity and ethical practice. For more ideas go to: