Could your organisation benefit from talented Master of Global Business Analysis postgraduates seeking UNSALARIED summer projects?

Manchester Business School are asking companies to take on an intern for placements of 6-12 weeks on an expenses only basis.

A distinctive feature of the MBus programme is summer internship projects.  Internships are: 

  • unsalaried: companies benefit from constructive analysis and business consultancy on an expenses only basis
  • an excellent opportunity for companies who want to carry out short term projects without taking on a long term commitment.

Manchester Business School currently have talented graduates with business, management and related backgrounds from all over the world studying on the programme. Students are especially attracted to internship project opportunities as they provide practical business challenges to which they can apply the latest international business thinking.  Recent projects have involved students applying their skills across a range of fields including: Strategic Management, Marketing and Market Strategy, Strategic Financial Analysis, Distribution and Supply Chain Management and Information Systems Management.

Hiring postgraduates to assist with forthcoming business projects, analysis and ideas can be a workable solution when internal resources are stretched or headcount cannot be increased.

Commencing mid May/June and running for approximately 6 -12 weeks through to the beginning of September, students are available to work with you on one or more projects.  At all times you will be fully supported by the Internship Coordinators and Academic Supervisors. In addition to the benefits of virtually cost-free consulting work, you can also use the internship as an assessment tool with regards to the student’s suitability for future employment opportunities.

For more information about MBus please find below the MBus brochure. If you are interested in offering an internship to an MBus postgraduate - or indeed more than one – or would like to discuss internships further, please contact Jane McKay on 0161 275 6448 or at jane.mckay@mbs.ac.uk .

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