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Can your Business provide Work Placement Opportunities for Students at University of Stirling?

Your fellow Chamber Member, University of Stirling, are looking for businesses to support the learning of students studying within Applied Biological Science, and Psychology by engaging with Work-placement opportunities.

 

Can your business help a student by offering a work placement?

 

Applied Biological Science

 

For 3rd year Applied Biological Science students as a mandatory part of their degree programme.

 

What are we looking for?

  • 1 or more, 5-week work placements free of charge for Spring 2023
  • A project in an area of the business (Operations, Lab Research, QC/QA, Sales, Market Research etc., as not limited to Lab Work Biology businesses)

 

For more information, or to express your interest, please contact Dr Jim Hay, Consultant within Faculty of Natural Science – jamesdawsonhay@gmail.com

 

Psychology

 

An invitation for businesses to submit proposals for MSc Psychology students to undertake student consultancy work placement or project.

 

What are we looking for?

  • 1 or more Project within your organisation requiring a minimum of 160 hours
  • Starting December 2022 or January 2023

 

For more information, or to express your interest, please contact Course Lead, Elena Gheorghiu elena.gheorghiu@stir.ac.uk

 

What’s in it for you as a business?

 

  • These placements have significant impact on the host organisation as it allows you to advance new and existing projects.
  • Support the workforce of the future, by providing them with workplace-based learning and hands on experience
  • Gain a fresh, new outlook from a student’s perspective
  • Potentially retain the student for part-time work or a graduate role in future
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