University Of Bristol Work Experience

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University Of Bristol Work Experience

The University of Bristol is a diverse, challenging and enjoyable place to work. It employs over 5,000 people, ranging from researchers to maintenance staff, and there truly is a career here for everybody.

Every year we offer work experience placements for young people in a wide range of areas. This is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about a career you may be interested in and could also help you decide what to do after your studies.

For general queries regarding work experience, please contact Tom Prince in the UK Student Recruitment Office on +44 (0)117 394 1471 or

Work experience placements available within the University of Bristol
DepartmentDateApproximate number of placesDurationRequirementsContactContact email
BiologyJune/July4 to 6 per year1 weekMust complete the work experience form (PDF, 283kB) by the end of JanuaryApril
Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (Queen’s School of Engineering)26 – 30 June, 2017Up to 15FlexibleTo apply, please complete the application form before 1 June, 2017Irina Lazar, Alicia Gonzalez-Buelga, Joel
Earth Sciences3 – 7 July121 weekYou will need to have an interest in studying or working in Earth sciences in the future. Details of application can be found on the Earth sciences website Sue
EducationMay, June or July2FlexibleNoneTom
Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Engineering Maths26 – 30 June 2017Limited FlexibleThis opportunity is particularly useful for girls who are thinking about a career in engineering. You will have a keen interest in technology, mathematics and problem solving. To apply, please visit our work experience website .Caroline
Geography10 – 14 July 201763 daysGCSE level (Year 10/11) students only. An interest in Geography at degree level.Jeni
Hospitality ServicesFlexibleLimitedFlexibleNoneLesley
Physiology and PharmacologyMay, June or JulyMaximum of 6 students1 weekMust complete the application form by the end of FebruaryDebbie Mart