I've really enjoyed my internship so far, I've been doing work that's valuable and not just jobs that have been created to keep me busy. At some points it got a little repetitive but my manager was great in helping me get involved with other things to mix my day to day job up a little.
I feel very at home on my team, I don't feel like an intern. Everybody has been very welcoming. It took me a month or so to settle i which I think was a short amount of time, I lived with other interns and was close to them so I think that helped.
I have monthly 1-2-1s with my manager and she's been really supportive in my training. She has also at any possibility she has let me have time out of the work on the team to get involved with other things she thinks will be valuable. Overall i've been very supported.
It really varied because of the type of work I was doing, some days I could be really busy as lots of people were emailing in, yet other days I found myself a bit stuck for things to do. However I found getting involved in projects helped me manage my time better.
I felt like I was given a really good amount of work. Obviously at first when I was being trained up I had less work, but Ifelt that my manager monitored this and as soon as I knew more I was given more responsibilities such as being included in more meetings.
It really helped me t write my placement assignment because I had a better understanding of how to apply what i'd learnt to the theory I learnt at uni. Some things I don't think will be very relevant in my final year because they're quite work specific, but they will help me after uni.
Quiet sometimes but nice.
Very well, maybe would of liked a bit more info before I started.
Would consider it.
It was ok, Poole is very very quiet though.
I found it very expensive compared to up North.
It was ok