Work and experience life abroad
For summer 2019, LJMU will be sending students on two-month internships in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Melbourne, Australia. The scheme covers flights, accommodation, insurance, work experience, networking events and might include trips or social activities too. Placements are available in selected sectors and students will need to demonstrate their open-minded and committed approach to making the most of this prestigious opportunity.
All full-time level 4 and 5 students who have not previously taken part in the Asia Internship Programme can apply for the Global Internship Programme.
Programme dates in Ho Chi Min City and Melbourne are yet to be confirmed. They will most likely take place during July and August.
Application and selection
Each faculty will assess applications. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a selection event where there will be group activities and short interviews to determine students’ suitability and commitment to the scheme.
Applications are now closed. If you are considering or have secured yourself a work placement in Europe over the summer you can find out more about European opportunities or get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Who to contact about going abroad
If you’re a current student interested in going abroad, you should discuss your options with your International Mobility Coordinator (IMC) and/or Programme Leader within your School.
Arts, Professional and Social Studies
Art and Design: Emma Roberts
Liverpool Screen School: Paula Baines
Humanities and Social Science: Filippo Menozzi
Law: Alison Lui
LCAPS: Adrian James
Education, Health and Community
Education: Avril Rowley
Public Health Institute: Conan Leavy
Nursing: Analie Grimshaw
Allied Health (inc. midwifery and paramedics): Jane Rooney
Sport Studies, Leisure and Community: Nicholas Wise
Engineering and Technology
Applied Mathematics: Sandra Ortega Martorell
Built Environment: Vida Maliene
Civil Engineering: Iacopo Carnacina
Computer Science: Thar Baker Shamsa
Maritime and Mechanical Engineering: Dan Stancioiu
Liverpool Business School
This has definitely been the most independent and enriching experience that I have ever done and I am so grateful that I have completed this internship…I feel that I gained valuable work experience as well as learning so much about another culture that is so different from my own.