1) Employment Opportunities
At the end of your graduation, you can secure a job on the skill set you gathered during your graduation which will help you to get industry experience and also an opportunity to commercialize your skills.
2) Improved Academic performance
Placement can also inspire students to work on projects and dissertations from the previous year. It can also help you develop soft skills like teamwork and the ability to solve complex problems, which are important benefits to your academic and professional career.
3) Enhanced skill and knowledge
Placements allow students to acquire more skills and knowledge relating to their subject area, and they also learn the employment skills they need for real-life work. They have more knowledge about the industry, and this aids their performance and decision making about their future career choice
4) Makes you a better employee
Although new grads could bring new knowledge and skills to the company, students and recent grads can often observe, understand, and perform new instructions and training easier and faster than an older workforce. Being able to adapt easily and multitask, they very often have a great solution for a range of business tasks.
5) Get industry experience
Placements help you to work in a company that provides you industry exposure and to apply your skillset in real-time projects. It helps you to get better insights into the business world by providing you the opportunity to interact with clients, understanding their requirements, and come up with a solution.
6) Application of academic learning
Work experience offers the opportunity of applying subject-specific theoretical knowledge to a real-life situation. You’ll be able to test the skills you learned in textbooks and discussions and see how they’re best applied to real-world scenarios.