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Northumbria’s Graduate Internships

Northumbria University is launching a new European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) project to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to employ Graduate Interns for six months to undertake graduate level work.

Northumbria University is launching a new European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) project to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to employ Graduate Interns for six months to undertake graduate level work.

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The Graduate Internships, one strand of the £2.1m Northumbria Enterprise and Business Support (NEBS) project, will support 126 individual SMEs and Graduate Interns.

This latest tranche of European funding follow's Northumbria's highly successful ERDF-funded 'Northumbria Graduates into Business' project which ran for two years from 2013.

We are looking to involve our graduates in this new project either by them providing an internship or by undertaking an internship. The University being able to support 126 individual SMEs to employ graduate interns to work for each SME for six months. For more information on each project click the relevant links below:

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