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A group of students at the University have been selected to take part in enterprise internships.
The internships, which are being funded by the University, will help students develop the skills outlined in the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education’s (QAA) Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Education guidance.
The 32 students kicked off their eight-week internships with a full day development session, delivered by Gradconsult – a leading consultant in the graduate recruitment sector – before going into one of four different types of internships:
The students will be set a new challenge each week where they will reflect on the development of their skills through a series of Vlogs.
To keep up to date with their progress follow @LivUniCareers on Twitter for updates.
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