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Bespoke Work-based Learning Opportunities

Provide Meaningful Work Opportunities for King's Students

Our work-based learning portfolio is focused on opening up doors and access to diverse student cohorts, and supporting research talent at King's. Select from short Easter internships or longer structured internships for disabled students and under-represented groups.

We seek employers that provide meaningful, high-quality opportunities that will enrich the student experience, and in return we offer advice and consultancy to help you reach the most relevant students.

Kings Students Jan 2019-8

Getting Started

Our specialist King’s Internships Advisers work closely with employers to find the best talent from current cohorts of King’s students.

Depending on your needs, our provision includes:

  • guidance in developing and shaping your job advertisements to attract true change-makers to your organisation.
  • consultancy on your recruitment and assessment processes, ensuring you are reaching the most diverse audiences.
  • defining bespoke internships; administrative support for application management, screening and shortlisting service.
  • comprehensive advertising and communications support provided by our internal marketing team.
  • full support, training and guidance delivered by us for students in advance of their internship, ensuring they are sufficiently equipped for their experience.

Taking part in an Insight Project provided me with a great opportunity to use the knowledge, skills and abilities learnt over the duration of my Liberal Arts BA degree so far at King's, gaining valuable insight into the real-life application of consulting and business operations.

Arts & Humanities Student, 2021

Why Recruit from King's?

There's many reasons to work with us - internships can provide:

  • a cost effective method of recruiting and evaluating potential employees.
  • a flexible source of quality candidates for part-time jobs, project work, consultancy and research roles, as well as long-term opportunities.
  • increased brand awareness and visibility for the organisation among King's College London students.
  • cultural diversity in the workplace through different lived experiences, culture.
  • an injection of fresh knowledge, attributes, perspectives, ideas and up-to-date professional skills.
  • opportunities for your own staff to develop their leadership/managerial skills, up-skilling your workforce and improving staff retention.

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    Supported Funding (not currently available)

    Through the generous support of philanthropic donors, we sometimes offer match-funded grants to eligible employers. Eligibility is subject to change annually, but for guidance:

  • Internships must last between 4-10 weeks.
  • Interns must be paid the London Living Wage (or National Living Wage outside of London).
  • Opportunities must be exclusive to the Springboard or Advance programme.
  • Organisations must adhere to the AGCAS Work Experience Standard.
  • Organisations must be an SME (250 employees or less and a turnover of less than £46m pa).
  • UK-based organisations offering internships on a remote working basis can apply.

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