Calling all third year graduating students
The 2017-18 Graduate Internship scheme opens on Friday 23 June 2017
London Met’s Graduate Internship scheme, which offers a range of roles in many departments in the University, will be running again this year. It will be accepting applications from 23 June until 7 July.
The internship is a great opportunity for graduates to apply the skills that they have learnt at London Met in a working environment.
Sustainability intern, Pamela Rodrigues Linhares, said: “Being a graduate intern for the Sustainability team has been incredibly rewarding. I had the flexibility to drive my learning into the areas I am most interested in, which is giving me exactly the experience I need to progress into further studies.
“I also had the chance to meet and work with great professionals, who were happy to help me and teach me,” she added.
The scheme offers a range of paid fixed-term roles in one of our Schools or Professional Services Departments.
Marketing intern, Miguel Ferrer Gil, said: “I don't have enough words to express my gratitude to all the staff and managers working with me, professionals that have helped me in every obstacle through this journey at London Met. It hasn't been only fun, I feel so lucky to have been working surrounded of amazing human and big-hearted people. I will never forget this experience.
Adding, “Being a graduate intern at London Met has prepared me to be able to start my career as marketer. Everyday has been a challenge, but with the help of my colleagues, managers and a great offer of workshops I've been able to overcome every obstacle. This opportunity has increased my skills and now I'm ready to success in my career.”
To help applicants prepare, the Careers Team is delivering workshops on completing application forms. The scheme is only open to London Metropolitan University graduates who successfully complete a course of study with the University in 2017 and will be available to start their placement on Wednesday 13 September 2017 for a duration of 12 months.
Pictured is the 2016-17 cohort of graduate interns