This means you get internships, job placements and high level practical experience during your studies.
Our parents (and those in our relationship network) swap their sons or daughters into each other’s companies for work placements, internships and jobs upon graduation. This means our students get high level experience throughout their degree studies, as they are mentored by the owner of the companies. Have a look at the video below to see Oliver’s experience of his “Parent Swap Scheme”.
Mursal is employed at Intel as a working student, managing study and work at the same time. She is a devoted and passionate Intel employee, grateful for the opportunity she has to work with such an established and well-known company.
During the summer of 2016 student Henry took part in an internship at Kantarworldpanel in London. Kantarworldpanel is the global leader in continuous consumer panels. Henry worked mainly in the retail, lifestyle, and new business sections of the company, primarily focused on research and data analysis, which gave him the opportunity to get a thorough understanding of internal operations at Kantarworldpanel.
Anton spent a month on an internship at TNS in Edinburgh. Whilst there he worked in the specialist services department, and was involved in customer relations, preparing questionnaires, data analysis and presentations.
Olivia spent a month at TNS global market research in London, during the summer of 2016. She was involved in several projects including preparations for study surveys, preparing proposals and questionnaires, some of which involved the UK EU membership referendum.
Steffen completed an internship at Mattig Schauer GmbH in Vienna in 2016. Steffen worked in different departments in the company during his internship and was involved in a wide range of tasks.
Alexander spent a month working as an intern at Stelfox, in Brighton, UK, during the summer of 2016. Stelfox is an executive search consultancy which focuses solely on life sciences, both globally and locally. Alex discovered his passion for executive search during a previous internship at Claddagh Resources in Ireland and is considering pursuing a career in this field.
Student Michael took part in an internship at Dublin based charity To Children with Love. The charity was established in 1998 with the aim of transforming the lives of abandoned and disadvantaged children in Russia. While there, Michael developed a database and worked on a concept to expand the network of the charity in Germany.
Alexander took part in an internship with GNK Dinamo Zagreb, during the summer of 2015, where he gained a unique insight into the workings of a high profile football club, which moved him one step closer to the dream of becoming a sports manager.
Alexander took part in an internship at Claddagh Resources in Donegal, Ireland, during the summer of 2015. Claddagh Resources was founded by Mr Peter Casey, with offices in Ireland and the United States.
Lucija did a 3 week internship at Union Asset Management Holding in Frankfurt in 2015. While there Lucija worked in the international account and client service management department, where she helped out with research, international travel arrangement and preparation for client presentations.