Category: Internships

What is a Placement Year?

Almost every undergraduate student (1st & 2nd year) now has the option of taking a placement year as part of their degree programme. Find out more about this exciting, and potentially life-changing opportunity in our latest blog…

Work Experience – a student’s perspective

You’ve probably heard about the benefits of gaining work experience alongside your studies. It can help with career decision making, allows you to develop transferable skills like communication and teamwork and builds your confidence and resilience. In this guest blog we hear from recent…

Let the summer ‘work’ for you

I love this time of year (especially now I’m a term-time member of staff) as the long university summer holidays stretch out ahead of us. If you’re one of our students, or a finalist waiting for graduation, the holidays have already begun. How will…

Diary of a Special Collections Intern: Week Four

Originally posted on Brontë Babe Blog:
This week marked the halfway point of my internship at Liverpool Hope University’s Sheppard-Worlock Library, and week four brought fascinating manuscripts, some beautiful ephemera, and the return of an old friend. To recap, my main task is to…

Hope Internship Programme

Hope Internship Programme (HIP) is Liverpool Hope University’s graduate internship scheme. HIP offers you the chance to complete a paid internship right here at the University, to help you gain experience and skills to launch your graduate career. This year we’ve welcomed 41 graduates…