If you are interested in injecting some student talent into your business, we are pleased to announce that there are currently a number of opportunities for University of Liverpool funded internships at no cost to your Company (Physics, Electrical Engineering and Electronics or Computer Science).

An outline of the current internship programmes you can access is outlined below. To submit an internship hosting proposal under this initiative, please complete the relevant form (links below) and return it to louise.goodman@sensorcity.co.uk

To enable as many businesses as possible to access this talent pool, we have extended the deadline for submitting an internship proposal to Wednesday 22nd April

University of Liverpool – Electronics & Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department Research Summer Internships

  • 7 week research summer internship (undergraduate or 2020 graduate).
  • Commencing 1st July  2020.
  • The intern will be paid by the University of Liverpool. The host company would however be expected to cover travel and business expenses.
  • The host company will need to outline the objectives of the internship, i.e. what the student may learn and achieve during the internship.
  • companies should outline the skills/knowledge requirements for the position/project.
  • To submit an internship hosting proposal under this initiative, please complete and return this form to louise.goodman@sensorcity.co.uk
  • DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 22ND APRIL 2020

University of Liverpool – Physics Research Summer Internships

  • 4 week physics research summer internship (undergraduate).
  • To be undertaken between 1st June – 31st July 2020.
  • The internships can be curricular (i.e. physics) or extra-curricular (other business support activities), but should not be longer than 4 weeks if the position is unpaid. The host company would however be expected to cover travel and business expenses.
  • Internship activity should be self-contained and directed towards an achievable goal in the 4-week internship window.
  • The project work undertaken by the intern will culminate in small presentation in week 4 followed by 6 weeks report writing period in the autumn.
  • For the curricular work (i.e. internship experience directly related to physics research and development) the host company will need to submit an outline work plan, i.e. what the student may learn and achieve each week and ultimately at the end of the internship.
  • Extracurricular work is mainly about the work experience and will not be assessed by UoL, although host companies will be asked for an appraisal letter for the further career development of the student.
  • Host companies should outline the skills/knowledge requirements for the position/project.
  • To submit a project/internship proposal under this initiative, please complete and return this form to louise.goodman@sensorcity.co.uk
  • DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 22ND APRIL 2020

 

Note for students: Once the list of hosting companies is confirmed, we will advertise the available positions on our Community page, within the ‘Job Opportunities’ section. 

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