skip to page content
home | course search | site map
Queen Margaret University Edinburgh logo and also link to the homepage



2016 Santander Universities Internship & Work-Placement Programmes

 

Santander Universities Logo

 

ANY PLANS FOR THIS SUMMER? FANCY A PAID PLACEMENT WITH A SME?

Queen Margaret University through its partnership with Santander Universities will be offering a variety of paid three-month, full-time internships and four-week, full-time work-placements with SMEs (small to medium-sized enterprises) this summer.

These internships and work-placements offer our students and recent graduates the chance to gain invaluable experience in the workplace, to work on live projects, and put theoretical knowledge into practice.

The three-month internships are open to QMU students (final year and masters students) or alumni who have graduated from the University in the last two years and successful candidates will receive £3,000 (gross) in payment for their internship, with £1,500 in funding from Santander's Internship Programme being matched by the SME.

The four-week work-placements are open to all QMU students and successful candidates will receive £1,000 (gross) in payment for their placement which is fully-funded by Santander Universities.

 

Available internships

Organisation: Gusto Artisan Foods

Title of internship role: Marketing Research & Strategy Intern (Test the Concept)

Suitability: Open to 4th year UG students, PG students and recent graduates with a background in a business, food or marketing related subject

Start date for internship: ASAP

Hours and duration: Full-time for 4 weeks or part-time for 8 weeks

Closing date for applications: EXTENDED DEADLINE 5 September 2016, 5pm

Download job spec

 

More internships and work-placements will be added soon but if you'd like to register your interest in the internship programme, email santander@qmu.ac.uk


^ to top

last modified 12/07/16 Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh EH21 6UU - Tel: +44 (0)131 474 0000
find us | contact us Copyright © Queen Margaret University. terms of use | accessibility | FOI & data protection