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Work experience

 

 

The Department of Chemistry offers a limited number of week-long work experience placements throughout the month of July. This opportunity is aimed at students in years 7 - 11 who want to gain experience of working in a research environment.

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Work experience contact

Dr James Harvey

How to apply

2019 applications are now closed, please check in back in early 2020 for summer opportunities.

Please note: - students who attend fee-paying schools are ineligible

- preference will be given to students who have not yet undertaken a lab based work experience or summer school

- applications are open to students from all geographical areas, not just those within London

- you must be available for all five days of the Work Experience

- applications will be dealt with a 'first come, first served' basis, which means applications may close early if all places are filled. There will be places available on a waiting list.

Chemistry Summer School

 

'I am really delighted that you let me have an experience of a lifetime. I learnt many things as the days went by and met many doctors and professors who all told me their backstory, what they did for A levels, and which university they went to...I really want to do this work experience again and would be delighted to do another one at King's College London when I reach Year 10.'

Qasim

The work experience helped me greatly as I know now that I definitely want to study Chemistry at university. I really enjoyed my time at King's, the ability to work in a really positive atmosphere and having the chance to meet and talk to new and amazing people. I only wish the work experience was longer!'

Victoria

 

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