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I learnt a lot about the company, myself and was given a lot of responsibility
You are part of a team and they make sure you feel that!
You get the guidance you ask for. Don't be afraid to ask for help
You can take on as much or as little as you can cope with. The more you do the more you get out of the experience.
Again if you want to run a project and they are comfortable with your ability so far they will let you.
I learnt a lot of technical stuff I would not learn in my degree and also technical stuff I would and will be useful in my dissertation
As a female I was in the minority but the office vibe and banter is great
They have had loads in their time however HR can cause some problems when you start and have the offer.
They don't invest a massive amount but they set you up well for a grad place with them and here they invest a huge amount!
Sports and Social Club
If you want a grad job and you perform well you can be fast tracked onto the assessment centre and historically they only take on former interns. This is apparent when you ask people and they all say they were former interns.
Not just amongst finance but with other interns too
Depends how much you want to spend!
Chester isn't bad and the races are a good event
Airbus do a lot of charity work and days out. They also run competitions for tickets to places,
Placement Year (10 Months+)
Accountancy, Banking/Finance, Aeronautical Engineering