For me personally, I loved the year in IBM, I have so much flexibility in what I want to do and being offered amazing oppertunity to take the same roles as any other graduates.
Very Much. In my working environment, no one treated me down because I am an intern.
7 purely for the amazing mentor I had. But for the technical skills development, not much. To be fair, the best way for you to gain respect is that you have expertise in your subject matter, in whatever positions you are in.
Varies. Can be busy to death, can be quite relaxing. Depending on the project as well as your role.
I have given full responsibility as a consultant. But depends on the PM, I have enountered a PM who doesn't fancy me talking to the client much.
Quite a lot. I have gained so much professionalism from this one year experience.
Mine is so much fun. But I heard for some other area is not fun...
Not much for me, but thats the fun part, you can design your own journey. Again, I know some interns are doing a very structured role. It varies.
Far less than graduates. lol
Working from home
Not so much for me. They could have been more honest about the VISA upfront.
Saying "we offer VISA" when you consult them in the career fair and later in the day you discovered that they offered LESS THAN 5 VISAs last year.
I am a bit introvert, after work, I just want to go home.
London is expensive!
there are some, but i am not a party animal.
Yeah, quite a lot of events happening.
Placement Year (10 Months+)
Business Analytics, Computer and Systems Engineering, Computer Science
24th May 2019
£10,000 - £11,999