Making the Most of Masters
Making the Most of Masters is designed to ease the transition from university into working life by building links between the University and public, private and third-sector businesses and organisations. It brings together organisations and Masters students to carry out collaborative projects, as an alternative to the traditional dissertation.
These projects are usually three months long, running throughout the summer months, and can be carried out across a range of sectors. They are solution focused and address real needs within an organisation. Students can either be based at the company site or at the University.
This programme helps students gain valuable skills and experience in a real-life situation, while building their confidence. The connections and experience that students build up can be invaluable for finding work after graduation.
For more: see the information on the right-hand side.