If you are an employer and interested in getting involved in the Professional Pathways programme, please visit the employer-facing webpages.
Professional Pathways align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
What is it?
The Professional Pathways programme is a suite of sector specific training courses and paid 35 hour internships that will take place in June 2023.
Training is delivered by industry experts, to provide you with a firm grounding in the relevant sector. Following the employer-led training, you will undertake a paid 35 hour internship. Please see the individual pages below for further information.
For more information on each Pathway, please see:
- Pathways to Arts, Culture and Heritage
- Pathways to Charity and Development
- Pathways to International Trade
- Pathways to Marketing
- Pathways to Scientific Laboratories (to be confirmed if running in 2023)
Pathways to Data Analytics
Please note, Pathways to Data Analytics is a separately funded Pathway, run through the Q-Step Centre Team. The format, dates and timings for this programme are therefore different and there is no paid internship as part of this Pathway. For further details, please visit the webpage here or contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply
Please note, applications for our 2023 Pathways programmes are now closed.
If you would be interested in taking part in Professional Pathways next year, you can register your interest here. Please note, the training and internships will take place in June and July 2024 and you would need to be a current student at this point to be eligible to apply. Applications will open late 2023.
Please check the individual Pathways webpages for eligibility criteria. Most Pathways programmes are open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students from any discipline, year group and campus.
If you would like to ask any questions, please contact the Pathways team at: email@example.com