Join Bright Network's free 3-day virtual Internship Experience UK



If you want to supercharge your CV this summer you can join Bright Network's free 3-day virtual Internship Experience UK, taking place 20-22 June.

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LJMU's Student Futures team are partnering with Bright Network this summer for their re-designed Internship Experience UK for 2022. This is the perfect springboard to become an expert in your chosen sector and secure an internship or graduate scheme.

If you want to supercharge your CV this summer you can join Bright Network's free 3-day virtual Internship Experience UK, taking place 20-22 June. It's packed with fantastic sessions and networking opportunities to help you upskill and feel confident for the upcoming autumn application season. You don't need any previous experience to join – just curiosity and passion for the sector.

All content is brand new this year and will be delivered by leading employers and industry experts, including Amazon, British Airways, BT, Teach First, PWC, Clyde & Co, Google, EY, Nestlé, Schroders and many more.

Participants will also be able to complete a project which simulates real-life graduate work. There are six core sectors which students can choose from:

  • Business, Operations and Marketing
  • Commercial Law
  • Financial Services and Consulting
  • Investment Banking and Asset Management
  • Public Sector, Policy and Charity
  • Technology

The programme, is open for applications now and close on 15 June, is open to students from any programme or year group.  For more information about this opportunity, including how it works and eligibility criteria, click here.

Don't forget, if you want help with the application for this programme or any other opportunity, you can book an appointment with an Adviser from the Student Futures team.  More information about how to do this can be found here.



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