The Hallam Internship Scheme and The Hallam Start-up Scheme

What is The Hallam Internship Scheme?

THE HALLAM INTERNSHIP SCHEME HAS NOW LAUNCHED TO THE CLASS OF 2019 GRADUATES! APPLY ON UNIHUB NOW

The University is offering a paid Internship Scheme to support Sheffield Hallam University graduates who have completed an undergraduate course in 2019.

Please note that only students studying at Sheffield Hallam University City or Collegiate campuses are eligible for this scheme. 

The options you can access are:

  • Apply to be considered for a wide range of paid internships with local employers 

  • You can source your own internship with an employer and apply for the funding - it doesn't matter where you live

  • Apply for The Hallam Graduate Start-up Scheme which provides bursaries that are specifically available to graduates who are keen to set-up their own commercial or social enterprise ventures

Who can apply?

  • You must be a graduate (in 2019) from an undergraduate degree based at Sheffield Hallam University, if you are currently enrolled in postgraduate study at SHU or elsewhere you are not eligible for the scheme. 

  • You must be able to commit to the timeline set up by the Hallam Internship Scheme team and commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week [Timelines may vary for the Hallam (Graduate) Start-up Scheme]

  • You must be able to confirm you are legally entitled to work in the UK during the time of your internship and can produce ID/VISA/Passport to demonstrate this.

Note: if you are an international student, you are advised to check the International Office’s immigration pages for further advice regarding work restrictions on your visa.

How to get involved

From the 11th November - Search 'The Hallam Internship Scheme 2019/20' on UniHub to see all the opportunities currently available and to apply. To access funding for an internship you have arranged yourself, you can complete the form here (when available on 11th November).

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Last modified: 
Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 11:07