What is SEPnet?
(South East Physics network) is a consortium of nine partner universities
working together to advance and sustain physics as a strategically important
subject for the UK economy and its science base in the South East Region of
England. RHUL is one of the partner Universities; the other partners are
University of Kent; Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL); University of
Surrey; University of Southampton; University of Sussex; University of
Portsmouth; University of Herts and The Open University.
The Physics Department takes the employability of
its graduates very seriously. Research suggests that students who have
completed internships during the course of their degree have a distinct
advantage over other graduates. During the summer after your second year and
third year (for non-finalists students), you will have the opportunity to
participate in various summer internships.
All internships are awarded on a competitive basis
and students are encouraged to maintain an up to date CV to allow applications
to be made in advance of the closing date.
Employer Engagement Officer will circulate a list of paid internships with
Physics employers at the start of the spring term. 2014 SEPnet internships for
RHUL students included; NPL, Culham, Echo Group (Science publishing), AMEC,
Accelogress (Programming solutions), Online Lubricants, University of Surrey
If you have any questions about SEPnet Summer Internships
you can contact Claire Barber, SEPnet
Employer Engagement Officer:
Claire.Barber@rhul.ac.uk 07785 621575
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