You will have the opportunity to undertake an internship during your second or third year. This will be a full-time three month internship or a part-time equivalent.
PIPS will give you as a student the opportunity to work within a professional non-research related area. Your internship will allow you to see first-hand how a particular employment sector functions and what skills you as an employee have or would need to develop to thrive in such an environment.
As a researcher, you will gain many transferable skills and it is important to put these into context. Undertaking an internship will allow you to see how you can use these skills in the working world and use them to boost your employability.
This blog shows details of PIPS currently available and those previously advertised through South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SWBio DTP).
Find the PIPS that’s right for you, look through our list of recently added PIPS opportunities to find an internship that takes your interest. New opportunities will be added to this site on a regular basis so make sure you keep checking the site.
All PIPS opportunities advertised here have been approved by the PIPS Team.
Further information about PIPS can be found at the Internships area of the SWBio DTP website.