Rosie, who was studying Biochemistry, has written about her recent Digital Marketing internship which was supported by our COVID-19 SME Internship Fund. The aim of this fund was to support local SMEs including charities, social enterprises and start-up who are operating at maximum capacity as they respond to the challenges of Coronavirus, while giving students valuable and meaningful work experience in a difficult economic climate.
As part of the University of Bristol’s COVID-19 SME Internship Fund, I completed a placement with Airway Medical Ltd (AML), a Bristol-based, medical device start–up. The company produces Suction and Oxygen Therapy equipment such as theAirway Medical Suction Unit (AMSU™) for clearing blocked airways in emergency and chronic conditions.(more…)
I did an SME Internship at Scribeless, a tech start-up company that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced printing technology to create handwritten letters that are indiscernible from those written by the human hand. Enterprise giants and start-ups alike, companies all around the world use Scribeless’ letters to bring a personalised feel to their marketing campaigns, ultimately leading to an improvement in their acquisition and retention of customers.(more…)
With restrictions still imposed upon much of society, some of you may be wondering just how achievable the Bristol PLUS Award will be for you this year?
Well, fear not! There are still loads of opportunities out there for you to develop skills and experience to use towards your Award (and your future!)
Restructured format to support you
In September 2020, in response to Covid-19 and the new blended student experience, the Bristol PLUS Award was restructured. Meaning we nowrecognise a wide range of online and virtual experiences – making gaining evidence for your Award totally achievable!(more…)
Hi, I’m Ellie, one of the Career Peer Support Assistants at the Careers Service. This year the Careers Service has made the switch to becoming digital. Before then, I was used to going into the offices on Tyndall Avenue for advice. But now, since starting my final year and my role as a Career Peer Support Assistant (CPSA), the Careers Service staff, Careers Advisers and CPSAs like me can be reached through our new live chat function.
Hi, I’m Joshua – a third year Anthropology with Innovation student.
I came to university as a mature student in 2016 and applied with the intention of immersing myself in the local entrepreneurial ecosystem and building a strong network of peers who are curious, passionate about discovering new ideas and dedicated to working on challenging problems. I quickly found this community on campus and I have greatly enjoyed meeting so many interesting people. (more…)
The Bristol PLUS Award is the University’s employability Award, open to students across all years of study – including Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs). In fact, PGR achievers speak so highly of the Award process, we thought we’d share highlights from their feedback: (more…)
Here at the Careers Service we have a team of Career Peer Support Assistants who are current students and help us with helping you. We asked some of the team to introduce themselves and share their top careers tips:
I’m Jasmine, I’m a third-year Theatre and Performance student.
I have a particular interest in the supernatural on the Victorian stage, and I’m really looking forward to working with the Careers Service this academic year! My Careers Service top tip is to attend as many online events, workshops and presentations as possible – they can open your eyes to job pathways that you may never have known about!
Lily, a third year English student, has written about her recent internship experience which was supported by our COVID-19 SME Internship Fund. The aim of this fund was to support local SMEs including charities, social enterprises and start-up who are operating at maximum capacity as they respond to the challenges of Coronavirus, while giving students valuable and meaningful work experiences in a difficult economic climate.(more…)
Practice makes perfect and there is currently a no better way to practice for an interview than Interview360. Due to COVID-19, many things have had to change, and we have been forced to adapt. Interviews and the hiring process have been moved online. So how can we prepare for something we have barely experienced? That’s where Interview360 comes in. Here are four amazing features of Interview360 that you need to know!
HiI’m Beatriz, I’m in my 4th year of Aerospace Engineering and I just completed an internship at Airborne UK, supported by the COVID-19 SME Internship Fund. This funding was offered by the University of Bristol to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to support their summer internship programs. Considering that many internship opportunities got cancelled due to the current situation, I was very lucky that Airborne kept their offer with the condition that I would work remotely.(more…)