Finding a suitable placement for a Year in Industry/Placement Year can be daunting for any student. However, this may be even more true for students (such as myself) with a disability. In this blog, I will give you my top tips for finding a placement and negotiating any concerns you may have as a student … Continue reading Top tips for finding a placement as a disabled student
Hi! I’m Anjali and I’m currently on a 3-month summer internship with Auto Trader as a Business Development Intern in Manchester. I’m studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics here at York. Although my degree doesn’t directly relate to the next steps I’m taking in my career, the transferable skills I’ve picked up across the three disciplines … Continue reading My Summer Internship – what I’ve learned so far
The idea of a year in industry or a placement year can be a daunting prospect. So hopefully, this blog will go some way to make you feel better about the process whether you are a first-year just learning about them or a second-year coming close to the deadline for securing one. My placement is … Continue reading My Pre-Placement Thoughts
Hi everyone, I’m Iona, and I study Social and Political Sciences with Philosophy at York! I’m now a month into my Communications and Government Affairs placement year at GlaxoSmithKline. The time has flown by, so I thought I’d document some of my experiences, reflections, and tips I’ve learnt since entering the world of work! Placement … Continue reading Reflections on the first month of my placement
Hello! My name is Rowan (she/her), and I’m a 2nd-Year student midwife at the University of York. Being a part of the University has given me so many opportunities, both extracurricular and within midwifery, and I’d love to tell you more about them. You may have heard that being on this course is busy, but … Continue reading A Week in the life of a student midwife
UKRI is offering up to £15,000 for a 12-week research placement in Canada for UKRI-funded doctoral students. Placement projects can be on a topic unrelated to your studies, helping to create multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary researchers. Placement projects should not include activities that are part of your planned PhD. Placements must take place between 1 August … Continue reading Opportunity: Research placement in Canada
Hey guys! My name is Christine, you might have come across one or two of my previous blogs, such as my ‘What I wish I knew before starting my placement in the Operating Theatre’ blog. If you haven’t, you might want to check them out to gain some useful insight into what this amazing course has to offer. I have just completed my first term of third-year as a student nurse on the Adult Nursing course. Being a third-year student, I think I am finally eligible to say that I have completed a fair number of placements in my day. Hence, I finally feel qualified to bring you my ‘Placement Survival Guide’.
Hi! I’m Talia, and I’m a fourth year Physics student at the University of York. I’m really interested in robotics and computational physics, and I’m currently completing an MPhys project which allows me to do a bit of both! I’ve enjoyed the wide range of different areas of physics I’ve been exposed to throughout my degree programme, from modules in cosmology and stars, to laboratories in biophysics. I’ve also loved the opportunities I’ve been able to have working in physics outreach for the department. In my blog I’ll talk about my experience helping with the Nuclear Physics Masterclasses that were run by the department for physics students in years 12 and 13, and how this has helped me in my studies!
Hi, I’m Vinnie, I study Social and Political Sciences, and I did a Year in Industry. I would love to tell you about my work placement, and whether you should consider doing a Year in Industry. A Careers and Placements ‘Year in Industry’ is available to everyone. In my blog, I discuss motives for doing a Year in Industry, my experiences, what I think you can learn, my assessment of the experience overall and what I gained. I present a personal perspective which intends to leave you considering whether you should do a Year in Industry. But further, its about taking control of your university journey and learning more about who you are, and who you would like to become… whilst being paid. Enjoy.
Hi! My name is Hari and I’m a final year Computer Science student. The university has felt like a inclusive community from the day I’ve joined and I enjoy meeting incredible people and taking part in a range of different events which are hosted here. My course has been challenging but it’s also extremely rewarding in terms of the skills you develop. In my blog I’m going to talk about my experience doing a year in industry, including some exciting projects I’ve had the opportunity to do and the things I’ve learnt from a corporate working environment.