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Biomedical Engineering Internships

Open Closing on December 22, 2023
City, University of London
London, England, United Kingdom
Work Based Learning Advisor 5
  • Undergraduate; 3rd year, 2nd year
  • 2 learners; individual projects
  • 30 hours per learner
  • Academic credit
Preferred companies
  • Anywhere
  • Any
  • Technology, Hospital, health, wellness & medical
  • 4/15 project matches
Engineering & manufacturing Electrical engineering Healthcare Biotechnology Public health
What can our learners do for your company?

Looking to elevate your organisation, and bring it to the next level? Bring on students from City, University of London to be your virtual interns, in a project-based experience. Students studying Biomedical Engineering will work on one or more projects of your choosing over the internship period, connecting with you as needed with virtual communication tools.

Internships can be of any length, however they will must be wrapped up by late-September/early-October.

Learner skills
Circuits, Laboratory skills, Innovation, Bioengineering, Research
What would your company get at the end of this experience?

Deliverables will vary depending on the scope of the internship. However, these deliverables must be discussed and agreed upon prior to the start of the internship.

Project Examples

Students can complete any Biomedical engineering projects that can be undertaken online for your organisation over the internship period. We suggest providing a starting project, but as the internship goes on there may be other duties or projects the student is asked to complete as well. Providing a central project creates structure for the internship, and gives the student (and company) a tangible goal.

Students are specifically looking for projects relating to Biomedical engineering.

Required questions to apply

Companies must answer the following custom questions in order to apply to this experience:

Are you willing to offer an hourly wage or other financial incentives to the student? If you are able to do so then the the allocated hours could increase.