Kingston University offering 12 months placement after work

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Kingston University offering 12 months placement after work

3 April 2017

Kingston University is the number one university in the UK for graduate start-ups. The University is one of the best for budding entrepreneurs, and sponsors 15 'Tier-1 graduate entrepreneur visas' which allows a student to stay up to two years in the UK and set up a business.

Kingston conducts entrepreneur workshops every two weeks on topics such as 'How to write a business plan' or 'Marketing strategy for SMEs', which is open to all students.

12 months work placement option

Students of the following PG courses can apply for 12-month work placements:

  • Business

  • Law

  • Science

  • Engineering

  • Computing

  • Journalism

  • English

  • Literature

  • History

  • Creative Writing

  • Fine Art & Design

How does it work?

The 12-month work placement happens after the taught portion of your degree (12 months study + 12 months work = 24 months in total). Before applying for the course, students need to apply for PG programme with 'work placement'.

For more information about Kingston University and programmes with work placement options, feel free to send us an email at: delhi@studyin-uk.com or arrange a free consultation.

 

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