Category: placements

All things UROP and placements.

Join Warner Bros.

  Warner Bros. Studio is offering a 12-month Publicity Placement to all the 2nd Year Publicity and PR students out there. If you are one of them and wish to build-up your CV, gain a new set of skills, and work for a renowned brand, take this offer into serious consideration. You will work closely with …

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UROP opens up opportunities

The applications for UROP, the scheme offering research internships to undergraduates at the University of Reading, are closing today, March 31. This programme gives students the chance to participate in research projects led by academics, gain a wide range of transferable skills, and kick-start their career in the area of their interest. Two of the students …

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Win £9,000 and a 6-month placement with the Autocar 2016 Next Generation Award!

The 2016 Next Generation Award gives you the chance to win an incredible six-month tailored work experience placement shared across our sponsors Honda, JLR, McLaren, Nissan, Peugeot, and Toyota as well as a £9000 cash prize! Autocar has teamed up with Courland Automotive & the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders to bring you this …

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‘Earn as you Learn’ this summer as a Recruitment Intern with APSCo

This summer the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) are offering undergraduates across the country the chance to take part in a full-time, paid internship programme in the competitive, yet exciting, world of recruitment. APSCo work with some of the UK’s leading recruitment businesses. Following its success in previous years, the Intern Programme provides undergraduates the chance …

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Creative Access Paid Internships

  This post has been provided by a third party – please read our disclaimer. For those of you who are not familiar with Creative Access’s work, we are a charity that provides paid internship opportunities in the creative sector for young people from under-represented BAME backgrounds (Black, Asian and non-white Ethnic minorities). We aim …

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