Future Space CONNECT Micro Internship Programme

We are excited to announce the launch of the Future Space CONNECT Micro Internship Programme at Loughborough University London. This is an incredible opportunity for you to gain valuable work experience, expand your professional network, and explore new career paths. We invite you to participate in micro internships offered by external organizations, covering a wide range of projects and disciplines.

As a participant in the Future Space CONNECT Micro Internship Programme, you will have the chance to work on exciting projects in areas such as marketing strategy and implementation, UX/UI design, data analysis, SEO, web content creation, wireframing, and social media management. This programme provides you with hands-on experience and exposure to real-world industry practices, enhancing your skills and employability.

The time commitment for each micro internship will be no more than 6 hours per week, spanning up to 8 weeks. In return for your dedication and contribution, you will receive a £250 bursary upon successful completion of the internship. Additionally, you will be expected to submit a short weekly email update to track your progress, which will also contribute to your Personal Best London record.

This programme presents an exceptional opportunity for those looking to gain work experience in the UK, expand their professional network, or make a career change.

Learn more and to apply for the Future Space CONNECT Micro Internship Programme. We encourage you to seize this chance to broaden your horizons and shape your future.

Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity! Take the first step towards your professional growth and join us in the Future Space CONNECT Micro Internship Programme.

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Additional information

  • Micro internships are due to commence at three times a year:
    • Mid-October
    • Mid-February
    • Mid-June
  • Successful candidates will be notified via email with an invite to hold a brief conversation with their partner organisation to finalise plans and agree suitability of these plans before commencing.
  • Successful candidates will be subject to a brief right-to-work check before commencing.
  • Unsuccessful candidates may be contacted should alternative projects become available.