Undertaking an internship or placement has many potential benefits. For example, it can provide a valuable insight into a specific job role or employer. It can also allow you to develop workplace skills or it might even help you secure a graduate-level position. There are also many different types of internship. There are internships you can do during an academic vaction, others you can do part-time during your studies and year-long placements that you undertake as an essential part of your degree course.
To find out more about internship options and where to find them, take our mini career course on Finding Internship Opportunities .
You can find links to specific internship programmes and opportunities in the boxes below. Bear in mind that the programmes we have highlighted are just a selection of the many internship programmes that exist. At the end of this page you will find links to resources that will help you find more internships and placements.
Additional resources for finding opportunities
There are a wide range of resources you can use to find current opportunities:
- CareerConnect - our online portal for finding jobs and work experience
- Websites advertising internships/ placements in various job sectors
- Websites advertising internships/ placements in specific job sectors (This link will take you to a list of job sectors. Select the job sector you are interested in and you will be taken to a list of resources for that sector.)
- Websites for finding international work experience opportunities
For more advice on finding internships and placements have a look at our mini career course.