Graduates take up roles with National Health Service

Posted by ap507 at Oct 31, 2013 12:45 PM |
Seven University graduates secure NHS internships through Leicester Graduate Internships
Graduates take up roles with National Health Service

National Health Service Interns from the University of Leicester and De Montfort University

Seven of our graduates are among the list of young interns who will take up a range of roles with the National Health Service in the East Midlands as part of the University’s Leicester Graduate Internships and the East Midlands NHS Internship programme.

The successful interns will be based in organisations including University Hospitals of Leicester, East Midlands Health Innovation Education Cluster (EM HIEC) at the University, Health Education East Midlands in Ruddington and Nottingham University Hospitals.

Professor Simon Lilley of the School of Management will be overseeing the provision of academic support for all interns and will supervise them on their working roles.

The internships began at the start of September and will last for six months. Leicester Graduate Internships places recent graduates in 3 to 12 month roles with University departments and small to medium-sized enterprises. More than 100 graduates have taken part in the scheme this year.

For more information and to find out about future internships, visit the Career Development Service.

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