The 140-hour paid specialist internships are hosted at a variety of relevant organisations, from small to large, local to national and charitable to commercial – supported by us, and the organisation, throughout your internship.
Please click on the drop-down menus below for more information.
Through a Q-Step Internship, you can develop your quantitative research skills: including, data collection, analysis and reporting.
Undergraduate students from the following schools are eligible to apply:
- Geographical Sciences
- Policy Studies
- Sociology, Politics and International Studies.
Current students: As well as more information, Q-Step Internships are listed on the student intranet.
Prospective students: The Q-Step Programme, a cross-disciplinary degree pathway based on quantitative analysis and the social sciences, also offers enhanced degree programmes.
EFM Internships are running for the first time in Summer 2019. Through a 140-hour paid specialist EFM Internship, you can gain academic and career related insight, applying subject specific knowledge to the workplace.
Undergraduate students in the school of Economics, Finance and Management (EFM) are eligible to apply.
For current EFM Internship opportunities, please see the student intranet.
Internship Contact Details
Nora Pau, Professional Liaison Administrator
0117 33 10799
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