Obtaining an internship during your degree studies is becoming a strong route into graduate employment. This provides you with real-world experience and enables you to experience a sector of the job market first-hand.
The School is investing in a number of part-time and fulltime internships for its own students. Part-time internships are offered in the spring for 8 weeks (up to 15 hours a week). Full-time internships run for 8 weeks in the summer. Part-time internships are open to all ECO students; fulltime internships are for first and second year ECO students. Internships are paid placements and give you invaluable experience to work on a research project with an academic member of staff as part of the development of your own employability.