Undertaking an internship during your degree can add a valuable dimension to your studies; helping you to put into practice what you are learning and giving you a distinctive edge in the job market when you graduate. An increasing number of our degrees have an embedded internship program, meaning it is a requirement of the degree that you complete an internship.

If your chosen degree does not have an internship requirement, but you are interested in undertaking one, the faculty and the University’s Careers Centre can help you to organise a placement. You can also talk to your course coordinator and keep an eye out for new internship opportunities on our Facebook page.

The following Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences undergraduate and postgraduate degrees have embedded internship programs, as well as a dedicated internship officer to help arrange your work placement. Click on the relevant link to find out more information about the program: