Internship opportunities exclusive to the University of Birmingham, sourced for you by Careers Network.
My internship with Sony was a fantastic experience, which gave me an insight into the industry which I will go into after I complete my degree, as well as helping me gain additional knowledge which I have used to help me write my dissertation! On top of this I believe that having the internship on my CV was key to me securing a graduate job offer with Deloitte. - Ashleigh Lloyd
Work with a leading graduate recruiter in the summer and gain skills and experience that can lead you to that graduate role.
- The University of Birmingham is looking for an undergraduate student to volunteer in their India Office in Delhi for four weeks, studying the local labour market.
- If you graduated from the University of Birmingham in the past two years, we have a number of paid graduate internships aimed specifically at YOU! The University of Birmingham has received funding from Santander to work with exciting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), creating paid, full-time three month placement opportunities. These pay £1,000 per month and provide the successful candidates with amazing opportunities to gain invaluable experience in a wide range of industry settings. We are receiving details of new opportunities continuously, so if you're eligible and interested, please visit regularly to find out about the latest ones and to make sure that you don't miss out.
Internship and work experience opportunities
Studying and working abroad, whether for a whole year, your summer vacation or even a couple of weeks can be an extremely enriching and rewarding experience. Employers look for candidates with a global mindset - that is those with cultural awareness and an ability to work with colleagues from other countries. They also look for adaptability and flexibility and undertaking an international experience can give you this.
Overseas internship providers
Here are some examples of organisations that offer overseas internships and work experience opportunities. They are not endorsed by the University but give you a flavour of the types of activities you could undertake.
These give you a flavour of the types of activities you could undertake, but are not endorsed by the University of Birmingham:
See Universitas 21 for conferences and projects
There are more opportunities through the British Council to study abroad and work abroad. If you are interested in volunteering in Europe, find out about opportunities and funding available from the European Volunteer Service
Other organisations advertising internships overseas
EURES Jobcentre Plus is a member of the European Employment Services network (EURES). ERES offers support to jobseekers interested in working elsewhere in Europe.