Work Placement as part of Degree at St. Mary’s University, London

UK University News

All the latest on UK universities and SI-UK.

Work Placement as part of Degree at St. Mary’s University, London

7 May 2018

St Mary’s University is offering an opportunity to undertake an accredited work placement in the sector of the choice of students at the Centre for Workplace Learning. This is an exceptional opportunity for international students to gain work experience relevant to their degree and career goals. The work placement will be part of the degree and students will not be required to register for an extra period.

 All undergraduate courses offer this work placement opportunity. An industry placement module is available at St. Mary’s MSc International Business Management and International Tourism Management programmes.

 The Centre for Workplace Learning helps students find placements reflecting their personal and professional needs. The specialised modules enable the students to develop professional practice and build an understanding of the work place. Students will take part in creative challenges, work on virtual scenarios and learn to translate the theory into practice.

 If you wish to study an undergraduate program with Work Placement as part of your degree at St Mary’s, then arrange a free consultation at SI-UK today.

 

 

I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling

  • Study at University of Warwick
  • Study at University of Edinburgh
  • Study at University of Leeds
  • Study at University of Sheffield
  • Study at University of Glasgow
  • Study at University of Bristol
  • Study at University of Liverpool
  • Study at University of UCL Institute of Education
  • Study at University of Nottingham
  • Study at University of Manchester
  • Study at University of kings college
  • Study at University of London School of Economics