- To develop students’ work-related knowledge, skills and capabilities via a pre-approved and monitored internship placement within an approved host organisation, in the UK or abroad.
- To develop students’ understanding of business and/or policy environments, organisational structures and working practices relevant to a particular industry sector through work-based learning, reflective learning and field research.
- To develop students’ understanding of the knowledge, skills and capabilities needed to support further career development in a particular industry.
Dr Carlo Caduff
9 (indicative) x seminars/tutorials
115 hours private study/work time (105 hours minimum work placement plus 10 hours report writing)
Module assessment - more information
1 x 3,000 Word placement report (100%)
1 x 1,000 Word word (minimum) reflective journal article (formative only)