Find experience that will help you define your personal career path
Having some experience of work before you leave university has many benefits. Not only can it help you gain genuine examples and evidence to support future applications and interviews, it can also help you make important decisions about what career you want to pursue. Getting experience helps you hone in on exactly what it is you want from your career, and gives you skills and evidence to help you get there.
Anything that allows you to develop professional skills can be a form of work experience, so there are many different possibilities to suit different needs. Whatever your career goals, there are some key ways to ensure you make the most of your experience and get as much out of it as you can.
Work experience programmes for Warwick students
There are a number of formal programmes, support and funding opportunities available to students at Warwick. Some of these are available all year round whereas others have specific application dates, so be sure to check the details at the links provided.
A 4-week part-time virtual international experience open to all students. Recognised as a valuable experience by organisations and recruiters in the UK and beyond.
WIP: your career in progress. A funded programme exclusively for undergraduate students. Paid 6-week internships with SMEs, charities & university departments.
Erasmus+ funding that you can receive when undertaking a 2-12 month, international work placement in Europe within 1 year of graduation.
An internship can get you valuable experience that makes you stand out from other applicants in the future and help you make important decisions about your career. Our partner, the Bright Network, has curated top internship opportunities on their website.
More places to find opportunities
With a wide variety of opportunities available each year and the chance to set up your own projects, join Warwick Volunteers and help support your local community.
Short international study, work or volunteering opportunities that do not add time on to the length of your degree.
The Undergraduate Research Support Scheme enables undergraduate students to carry out a summer research project.
Virtual Internships from Bright Network.