Nottingham Internship Scheme
The Nottingham Internship Scheme provides a range of work experience opportunities and internships throughout the year exclusively for our students and graduates.
We are working with a huge variety of local and national businesses to bring you an exciting range of opportunities through the following schemes:
- graduate internships
- part-time internships with the Ingenuity Lab
- short-term spring vacation internships – available from February 2018*
- summer internships – available from March 2018*
More information will be available about these internship schemes in the coming months.
*Exact dates are to be confirmed, so keep checking back on this page or complete our expression of interest form to be notified when these (and other) schemes go live.
Complete our expression of interest form to receive updates about new graduate internships. We will be circulating information about these on an ongoing basis until early 2018.
What is a graduate internship?
A graduate internship is a great opportunity to apply your skills in a real world environment and gain the vital “soft skills” that employers are looking for, such as communication, problem solving and adaptability.
By completing an internship you will also have valuable experience to put on your CV and to talk about at future interviews.
A graduate internship is typically full-time for 10 – 12 weeks, working on a real business project or in a specific role. Previous internships have included research, digital marketing, project managers, engineers and many more!
All internships included in the Nottingham Internship Scheme are paid at least £7.50 per hour, and many of the internships have the potential to develop into longer term and permanent graduate employment.
The Nottingham Internship Scheme has flourished over the last three years, culminating in the placement of over 100 interns in 75 different organisations over the summer of 2017.
- social impact researcher
- digital marketing executive
- software developer
- assistant ecologist
- scientific researcher
- data recovery technician
- PR and social media assistant
- development engineer
Ben Garry, english graduate
Ben Garry reflects on how his internship with Impression Digital in Nottingham allowed him to work on marketing projects which made a direct impact on clients.
Daniel Markcoons, engineering graduate
Daniel Markcoons applied for a Project Management internship with Protolan to gain valuable insight into a professional environment before graduating.
Green's Mill and Science Centre
Rachel Flaxman, classical civilisation graduate
Rachel Flaxman found her hands-on role with Green's Mill and Science Centre an excellent way to gain experience in the competitive heritage sector.