As the new year starts, the Internship Office is proud to announce that applications for this term’s micro-internship opportunities are now open and will take place in the spring vacation period (15-19 March or 22-26 March 2021).
We have over 350 exclusive placements on offer this term in a variety of sectors.
Browse micro-internships by sector
What are micro-internships?
Micro-internships are short-term work experience placements (2-5 days), which take place at the end of each term and are full-time and voluntary. The placements are available exclusively to current, matriculated Oxford students. All placements will be completed remotely from your home this March and are voluntary.
Who can apply?
Placements are open to all matriculated undergraduate and postgraduate students (both Taught and Research).
What will you do?
The focus of the placement is to observe and assist with a notable project. There are a broad range of internships advertised through the programme across various sectors and involving many different skills. The project with which you assist may be self-contained or form part of a larger, on-going project – sometimes this may even be a project begun by previous Oxford interns.
How to apply?
Simply sign-in to CareerConnect to see what’s on offer this March. Remember, you can make up to two applications by midday, Monday 1 February.
Micro-Internship Support Sessions and Workshops
The Internship Office is running a number of workshops and one-to-one support sessions to help you with your Micro-Internship applications.
▶ Micro-Internships: What are they and what should I cover in my application? (Workshop)
Still not entirely sure what a Micro-Internship is? No problem. We will be running a number of virtual workshops over the application period to explain exactly what they are and what you should cover in your application. Click on a date below to book via CareerConnect:
Week 1 (Hilary Term)
Week 2 (Hilary Term)
▶ Micro-Internship Application Support Sessions
If you would like personalised advice and assistance, the Internship Office is also offering Micro-Internship Application Support Sessions across the applications window. Book a 20-minute appointment ahead via CareerConnect and a member of the Internship Office will support you by offering feedback on your CV and personal statement.