As well as earning extra money, a postgraduate placement will allow you to:
Postgraduate student on a placement at Kedleston Hall
Our placements are designed to be flexible, so they fit in with your studies as well as the project’s requirements.
Postgraduate Placements Nottingham generally offers two types of placement:
(Other part-time and vacation work opportunities can be found via the Careers & Employability Service.)
Register by uploading your CV & covering letter and we'll send you email updates on the latest vacancies.
Kerry Wright, Postgraduate Placements Manager
Geraldine Tonks, Postgraduate Placements Officer
e: email@example.com: 0115 95 14732
At the end of the project, you and the employer will be required to give us your feedback on the project. You can then claim your payment and update your CV.
When and how will I be paid?
Payments for work/hours already completed will be transferred directly into your bank account by The University Payroll as follows:
Will a placement affect my funding?
Our part-time placement opportunities (6-10 hrs per week over 12 weeks) should not affect or be affected by your funding status.
However, for longer term and full-time positions, please check with your funder first as individual circumstances and funding arrangements vary significantly.
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