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Women in Physics

  • Oxford women in physics monthly lunch

Institute of Physics (IoP)

  • Paid opportunity to represent the IoP in the upcoming 2018/2019 academic year!

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Physics Ambassador Scheme

Are you interested in promoting physics to young people, helping out at our public events or supporting students in making decisions about university? Then why not join our new Physics Ambassador Scheme! To register your interest, please complete this short online form and I’ll be in touch: Sign-up form.

Dr Sian Tedaldi
Outreach Programmes Manager
T: 01865 (2) 82447 E:

Oxford University Careers Fairs

  • Connecting students with disabilities/health conditions with recruiters at Oxford University Careers Fairs

The Careers Service is running a number of bespoke sessions for students with disabilities or health conditions titled ‘Engaging with organisations as a Disabled Student’ before most of their sector Careers Fairs running in Michaelmas Term. These sessions are for any student who identifies themselves as having a disability, specific learning difficulty, or any mental or physical health condition, which they feel may impact on how recruiters or educational providers view them. At these sessions you’ll learn how to assess how disability-friendly an organisation is, how your circumstances may affect working with them, and how sharing (or not sharing) your circumstances may affect the recruitment process.
There will be lots of opportunity for you to ask questions in this confidential setting. It may be of particular interest to you if you have had to ‘suspend their studies’ at some point, owing to health reasons, and want to know how your application may be viewed. It is open to all students whatever year of study.
If you attend this workshop you’ll also be able to access the fairs before the official start time and meet with recruiters before it gets busy. Recruiters attending the fairs are aware that there will be some students keen to talk with them about their circumstances prior to the start of the fair away from the crowds.
Booking is essential. If you would like to reserve a place please login to CareerConnect and view Events or contact Careers Service Reception for more information on or 01865 274646.
These sessions are being held at:

  • Internship Fair 31/10/18 @ 13:30 in Oxford Town Hall
  • Law Fair 3/11/18 @ 10:00 in Exam Schools, Oxford

University of Oxford Alumni

  • Bursaries

Some of our groups offer bursaries to current students and information about them can be found on:


  • Finding internships for physicists talk, Monday 19 November (7th week) 1pm, Martin Wood Lecture Theatre

Find out about the range of scientific and technical internships available in industry, research institutes, government and in universities. Also hear about strategies to secure work experience in sectors where formal internships are not the norm. We’ll also cover the opportunities for internships worldwide offered through the Summer Internship, Micro-internship and Laidlaw Research Internship Programmes.
All welcome – any year of study, undergraduates and postgraduates.


This event will be a one-day conference on Saturday 24th November 2018 on Physics and the Dark Side. Across the millennia darkness occurring due to physical phenomena such as solar and lunar eclipses has been a source of fascination and awe, and as astronomical knowledge developed it was discovered that there was a dark side of the Moon never visible to the Earth. With a deepening understanding of the field of cosmology, black holes were first predicted and then experimentally discovered. More recently theories of both dark matter and dark energy have been postulated to explain effects observed in the Universe caused by the presence of such unseen matter and the Universe's expansion. This conference will examine these different strands of the dark side of physics across the ages.

Registration and attendance at the conference are FREE.

Details of the conference and how to register are at:

  • The Quant Conference

The rise of big data, application of machine learning and other technological developments in recent years have transformed the quantitative finance industry, and The Quant Conference has been conceived as an event to provide an educational forum for delegates to hear about current trends in the cutting-edge field of quantitative finance and the latest research in the trending world of cryptocurrencies. The Quant Conference’s speaker roster of industry leaders and academics provides insights from those pioneering these changes. Furthermore, with a support of our sponsors J.P Morgan and Aspect Capital, The Quant Conference is generously priced to ensure that both students and industry professionals from a wide range of companies can make the most of this opportunity. The event will be held on the 2nd of November Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London.

The Quant Conference also provides industry professionals who work in talent acquisition and recruitment at an investment bank or a hedge fund with the opportunity to meet more than 200 pre-vetted students from across the UK and Europe who have an interest in a career in quantitative finance.

More information can be found on our website:

Access and Diversity

  • Access and Diversity event with the Vice Chancellor - 6 November

Access and diversity are issues that affect all of us at the University. Following on from the publication of an open letter on the subject in the Guardian last term, which was signed by over 1,100 students, the Vice Chancellor has agreed to take part in an open forum to hear the thoughts and suggestions of current students at the University, and discuss how to move forward.

This forum will be held on Tuesday November 6 between 1pm and 2pm at the Oxford Martin School and all current students are invited to attend and share their thoughts and ideas about how to make Oxford a fairer and more inclusive place. We expect this discussion to be both constructive and respectful.

The venue will be fully accessible, and students who cannot attend are welcome to submit ideas or questions in writing to This event is entirely student-organised, and has been rescheduled from 31 October.


  • Finding internships for physicists talk, Monday 19 November (7th week) 1pm, Martin Wood Lecture Theatre

Find out about the range of scientific and technical internships available in industry, research institutes, government and in universities. Also hear about strategies to secure work experience in sectors where formal internships are not the norm. We’ll also cover the opportunities for internships worldwide offered through the Summer Internship, Micro-internship and Laidlaw Research Internship Programmes.
All welcome – any year of study, undergraduates and postgraduates.

  • Tessella Internship will be published as soon as it become available

Summer Schools/Summer Student Positions


  • AOPP Open Day (27th November 2018)

Atmospheric, Oceanic & Planetary Physics (AOPP) is holding an open day for prospective DPhil applicants on Tuesday, 27 November. This will be an opportunity to meet supervisors as well as some of our postdocs and current graduate students. The day will start with coffee and posters at 11:00, followed by brief talks, lab tours and a sandwich lunch.

To attend the open day please fill in the registration form available at:

Further information about doctoral research in AOPP and how to apply is also available on the same page.

  • Graduate position in particle accelerator design

We have a position open for in our group; we are looking for a Physics or Electrical Engineering graduate to start next year to work on high power RF systems. It’s a diverse, friendly team, a permanent position, and the role includes technical and soft skills training and plenty of opportunities to travel.

The link for the position is and our website is

  • NERC DTP Open Day 28th November 2018

See Poster

  • St Cross - Graduate Admissions Open Day - 3-5 pm on Wednesday 7 November 2018

See Poster

  • PhD Studentships at the Institute of Cancer Research

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  • Airbus - UK Graduate Programme

Our 2019 UK Graduate Programme is now open and we are ready to receive your application!
Click here to search and apply:

We’re looking for graduates with commitment and enthusiasm who want to be part of high-tech, innovative, global organisation. Our Graduate Programme will prepare you with the skills you need to progress and develop your talents.

With Airbus, you will be taking the first small steps towards a big career. Our two year Airbus Graduate Programme (three years for Finance) offers roles within Commercial Aircraft and Defence and Space, and allows you to play a pivotal role in current and future projects. Airbus graduates have a fantastic chance to learn invaluable skills whilst developing personal and technical abilities. Over the two-three year scheme, you will build a comprehensive understanding of what we do and how we do it; the focused training and structured placements ensure you are fully equipped for your future career in Airbus and can master the type of managerial, leadership and technical skills required by Airbus.

And it’s not only engineers we are looking for!

The world is changing fast and we are also looking for graduates to help us to develop our Cyber and Digital capabilities. Additionally, we need graduates to join us in Finance, HR, ICT, Marketing, Sales, Project Management and Procurement roles. Our opportunities are located across the UK including the sites in Filton (Bristol) and Broughton (near Chester) for Commercial Aircraft, and Portsmouth, Stevenage and Hawthorn for Defence and Space, the location and business area will be made clear in the job description.

While the programme is structured, it is not rigid, allowing you the chance to tailor your first two years with Airbus, combining a number of rotational placements with specialist training in the UK, as well countries such as France and Germany.

We are looking for high-achieving, motivated graduates who are fluent in written and spoken English. If you meet the required performance level, share our passion for what Airbus does and show a drive for excellence; then this is your chance to be part of the next chapter of our unique and exciting story.

Training & Development

From day one, you will be assigned to a particular department and will be guided through the various placement opportunities that exist within your function and within the wider business. The programme includes core technical and behavioural training elements that will form an integral part of your learning and help you become familiar with the company and its culture.

Placements in Defence and Space allow you to be involved in one of our graduate projects which means you can either work on a short technical project or work with various universities to develop key relationships with future graduates.

Within Commercial Aircraft, graduates are encouraged to study towards professional accreditation and will often be supported financially to do this. It means you could work towards chartered status from the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, the IET or the Royal Aeronautical Engineering Society if you’re an engineer. For non-engineers, chartered status can be achieved from bodies such as the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

You will also have considerable support during the scheme to ensure that your overall learning experience will complement your future career, giving you the opportunity to work with stakeholders such as:

• Line/Placement Manager, who will help you with your development journey through recommending training courses, placements opportunities and will work with you to set tasks and objectives
• Graduate Programme Manager, who will ensure you are fully supported through the programme
• Senior Level Career Mentors, to offer guidance and support during your career progression.
• Chartership Mentor (Commercial Aircraft) to help you gain appropriate professional accreditation to aid career progression.
• Graduate Programme Buddy: a past graduate who will provide guidance throughout the programme, as well as being a point of contact 3 months before the start of your new role.

Salary & Benefits
• £27,000 (plus welcome payment £2000)
• Membership of the company pension scheme
• 25 days holiday per year, plus bank holidays
• Flexible working
• Extensive support, guidance and training through the programme
• Financial support to achieve Chartership status and professional membership of an appropriate institution (Commercial Aircraft)

  • Ph.D. student position at ETH Zurich

The Theoretical Biology Group at ETH Zurich is hiring a Ph.D. student to study multiscale mechanisms of evolutionary dynamics in microbes. We will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2018. For more information on the position and how to apply, please follow the link:

  • Funded D.Phil. position available in sustainable PV

Due to additional funding being found the department has a fully funded place available on the sustainable photovoltaics Centre for Doctoral Training program associated with a project for using carbon nanotubes in the production of novel perovskite solar cells, described in more detail in the attachment. Anyone interested in this position is asked to contact:
Prof. Robin Nicholas ( or Prof. Moritz Riede ( )

More details.

  • DPhil studentship in Quantum and Atomic Physics - National Physical Lab/Oxford

Details. Further information is available from Dr Rachel Godun (

  • A 4-year fully-funded PhD project on the theory of molecular information processors

Research will be performed as part of Dr Ouldridge's "Principles of Biomolecular Systems" group ( in the Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London

The project will involve the development and analysis of stochastic models for biomolecular processes, both analytically and through simulation, and interpreting the results in terms of thermodynamics, computation and information theory (expertise in these particular disciplines is not expected, but an interest is important). Further details, and instructions on how to apply, can be found on the group website.

  • New Master Program: Radiation Biology at Technical University of Munich

The program concentrates on the effect of radiation on the human body, especially on cancer progression and control.

For more information, please see flyer.

For questions, please contact

Paid opportunities

External job opportunities

Student societies

  • Physics Society
  • Oxford University Scientific Society
  • Oxford University Aeronautical Society - AerOx

Talk: BAE Systems, Technology Director, David Short

A Strategic View of Technology & Innovation in the UK Military Aircraft Industry

The UK aircraft industry has a rich history of technology and engineering innovation throughout many decades, delivering some of the greatest steps forward in aerospace capability. The presentation will look at some of that heritage and also take a view on the future, including some of the exciting new and evolving technologies in the military aerospace sector.

David Short CEng FRAeS, Technology Director (CTO), BAE Systems

Dave is currently the Technology Director of BAE Systems - a corporate-wide role within the Chief Technology Officer organisation based in London.

Previously he was the Engineering Director & Engineering Authority for the Typhoon and Tornado aircraft programmes. Dave was also the BAE Systems Engineering Director & Chief Engineer for the F-35.

Drinks reception will be provided after the event with the opportunity to network with BAE Systems.

Ticket registration (Free but required):
Facebook event:

31st October 2018, Wednesday, 17:30 - 19:00 GMT. (Doors open at 5pm. Please be seated by 5:20pm)
Sultan Nazrin Shah Auditorium
Worcester College
University of Oxford

  • The Oxford Guild

Tackling Valuation Case Studies & Introduction to Economic&Financial Consulting with FTI Consulting - Monday 29 October
We have an INVALUABLE introduction to Economic and Financial Consulting event and valuation case study discussion with FTI Consulting on Monday 29th October (4th wk) from 6pm in Jesus College’s Ship Street Centre WITH LOTS OF FREE DRINKS - DO NOT MISS OUT! This will provide you with a unique and very useful introduction to the type of work that you could do as an economic and financial consultant and give you the inside tips and advice you need to get your foot in the door and ace your case study interviews. THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST USEFUL EVENTS YOU CAN ATTEND IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN CONSULTING! FTI Consulting is a world leading consultancy with over 4,700 employees in 28 countries. In our Economic and Financial Consulting practice we advise our clients on issues of business valuation, corporate strategy and economic regulation. Clients include corporations, law firms and government agencies and we answer questions such as: “should a major gas supplier be allowed to raise prices?”, “how can you improve the way services are paid for in the NHS?”, and “how do you value the cost of intellectual property theft?” We work on varied and challenging assignments across a wide spectrum of industries, including with our sector specialists in financial services, energy and renewables, healthcare, and telecoms.

This event will give real, truthful insight into life in economic and financial consulting, provide an overview of the industry and how it works and advise you on how to ace consulting interviews to land the best internships and jobs! If you're applying for a job in consulting, the case study interviews can be toughest part of the whole process. This INVALUABLE EVENT is for any students (of all years and courses) who would like to pick up advice, practical experience, and tips on how to break into the industry and tackle the case study interviews. This will be an interactive, unique and exciting session. FOR ANYONE APPLYING FOR A CONSULTING ROLE THIS YEAR, THIS WILL BE INCREDIBLY USEFUL TO ATTEND – you will almost certain to be asked to do a case study and practice and advice makes perfect. Come along on Monday 29th October (4th wk) from 6pm to get an excellent introduction to the industry and its future and learn the skills that will help you to stand out and get the job/internship offer that you've been hoping for! REGISTER YOUR INTEREST ASAP:

All FTI Consulting’s graduates benefit from extensive in-house training, sponsorship to pursue either the Chartered Financial Analyst or Chartered Accountant qualification and the opportunity to transfer between our international offices. This year we are looking for 15 graduates to join our practice, as well as 5 summer interns. Here’s your chance to get your foot in the door, network in a comfortable setting OVER LOTS OF FREE FOOT AND DRINKS and find out more at an invaluable event. We welcome numerate and highly analytical students from any degree discipline. Students from all years are welcome to attend!

This is an event that is a must for any budding Consultant as it offers an invaluable insight into the industry, what it takes to be successful and the work involved and attending will help give you an edge when it comes to applications, interviews and assessment centres!

WHEN: 6pm, Monday 29th October (4th wk)
WHERE: Jesus College's Ship Street Centre
Facebook event page:

Future of Global Markets & Finance - The Dealing Room of Tomorrow with HSBC - Tuesday 30th October
On Tuesday 30th October from 6pm we have an INVALUABLE and VERY EXCITING HSBC FLAGSHIP OXFORD EVENT on the Future of Global Markets & Finance: The Dealing Room of Tomorrow in the comfortable Surroundings of the Examination Schools. THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED & IS ONE OF THE MOST USEFUL EVENTS OF THE ENTIRE YEAR! This 'HOT TOPIC' senior discussion and networking event will be led by senior Sales, Traders, Structurers and Quants from the Global Markets floor at HSBC. DO NOT MISS OUT on this incredible opportunity to take part in a very topical discussion with one of the leading banks IN THE WORLD, covering some major themes around the future of finance and developments in global markets from Brexit to emerging markets. If you are interested in exploring what a role in Sales, Trading, Structuring, Quantitative Analytics or Data Science could look like for you, then you should sign up to this event. REGISTER HERE ASAP:

This event will help to provide you with the PRACTICAL SKILLS AND INSIDE KNOWLEDGE to ACE INTERVIEWS AND ASSESSMENT CENTRES and FURTHER YOUR CAREER, WHILST IMPROVING YOUR COMMERCIAL AWARENESS. These are exactly the kind of topics top firms ask about and use to assess you in interviews and assessment centres for SPRING WEEKS, INTERNSHIPS, FULL TIME JOBS and MORE! For any interview anywhere, not just at HSBC and in banking, you will need a good understanding of the world financial markets and events – THIS EVENTS PROVIDES YOU WITH AN EXCELLENT OVERVIEW IN A SHORT SPACE OF TIME! There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and to find out about the challenges and opportunities for Global Markets and how this may affect your career. It will also give you an opportunity to find out which part of the business might suit your character and skills best.You will also have the opportunity to network with a number of people at all levels across the Global Markets business OVER LOTS OF FREE DRINKS AND FOOD.

This promises to an invaluable event for anyone with a general interest in the world financial climate, or for those with upcoming applications who need to gain some additional knowledge and insight into the subject to take to their interviews and firms. HSBC's huge expertise in this area, will propel you into your internships and jobs and impress your employers, helping you to convert interviews to offers. MAKE THE MOST OF THIS UNIQUE AND EXCITING OPPORTUNITY! Intrigued by a career in finance or markets, but want to know more? Want to get a first hand experience of the fast paced and intellectually stimulating world of markets? Every second of the day, the financial world shifts and changes, influenced by any number of economic, social, political or even environmental factors. Its reputation for pace and excitement is well founded – but what does it feel like to actually work there, and what do you need to succeed? This event is open to all Oxford University students, whether you’ve decided on a career in Banking or Markets or not, so whatever degree you are studying come along and discover more! This will be a truly fascinating insight into the work involved, latest developments and ways to get your foot into the door - DO NOT MISS OUT!

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, and are only open to University of Oxford students. Please arrive from 18:00 for registration and a 18:30 start. We look forward to meeting you!

WHEN: 6pm, Tuesday 30th October (4th week)
WHERE: Examination Schools, Oxford
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Other opportunities

  • Laidlaw Scholars 2019

The scheme is open to all matriculated undergrads, from all years and in all subjects. It would be fantastic to see even bigger numbers of students applying for this great opportunity to undertake research and gain practical leadership training!

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me –

  • Daiwa Scholarships – apply by 6 December 2018

The Daiwa Scholarship is a unique 19-month programme of language study, work placement and homestay in Japan, following a month of Japanese tuition in the UK. They offer young and talented UK citizens with strong leadership potential, the opportunity to acquire Japanese language skills, and to access expertise and knowledge relevant to their career goals. Japanese language knowledge is not required. Graduates in Japanese language studies are not eligible to apply but may consider the Daiwa Scholarships in Japanese Studies.

Only UK citizens are eligible to apply. Candidates should be graduates or due to graduate by the time of departure, equipped with a strong degree in any subject* or with a strong record of achievement in their field and in possession of clear career objectives combined with a serious interest in Japan. Up to eightplaces will be available for the 2019 programme (August 2019 to end of March 2021.)

Daiwa Scholarships in Japanese Studies – apply by 24 January 2019 (last Thursday in January)
*Graduates in Japanese language studies are not eligible to apply for Daiwa Scholarships but may wish to apply for support through the Daiwa Scholarships in Japanese Studies:
The Daiwa Scholarship in Japanese Studies is a postgraduate Scholarship programme to support the study of Japanese Studies in either Japan or the UK. Only UK nationals who have or are completing an Honours Degree in Japanese, defined as a course focussing primarily on the study of Japan and containing a substantial Japanese language component, are eligible to apply. The Scholarship will cover university fees for the course in question, plus living expenses. Living expenses will be payable at a rate of £1,000 per month for periods spent in the UK, and ¥260,000 per month for periods spent in Japan.
Please feel free to share with anyone who may be interested!

Any queries can be referred to

  • Perimeter Scholars International: applications now being accepted

Applications are now being accepted for Perimeter Scholars International (PSI), the unique 10-month master’s program at Canada’s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.
Features of the program include:
• No application fee
• All student costs (tuition, living) are covered, removing financial and/or geographical barriers to entry
• This program exposes students to the full breadth of theoretical physics in courses taught by world-leading theoretical physicists - Perimeter researchers and visiting scientists.
• Students learn within the inspiring environment of Perimeter Institute while earning a Master of Science from the University of Waterloo
• Collaboration is valued over competition; deep understanding and creativity are valued over rote learning and examination
• PSI recruits worldwide: 85 percent of students come from outside of Canada
• PSI takes calculated risks, seeking extraordinary talent who may have non-traditional academic backgrounds but have demonstrated exceptional scientific aptitude.

Apply online at

  • Oxford Nightline Recruitment

Nightline is an independent listening, support, and information service run for students, by students. We aim to provide every student in Oxford with the opportunity to talk to someone in confidence – students can ring us on 01865 270270, Skype us at 'oxfordnightline', or visit our office at 16 Wellington Square. We don’t pretend to have all the answers, or try to solve people's problems, but we care about whatever is on your mind and we will listen to whatever you want to talk about without judging or telling you what to do.

Every term we run a training course for people who wish to join our team of volunteers. This teaches the listening and support skills you will need to work for us. Training requires commitment, but is a rewarding and worthwhile experience. It consists of three one-day sessions, either on the Saturdays of 27th October, 3rd November, and 10th November, or the Sundays of 28th October, 4th November, and 11th November.

If you would like to train to become a Nightline volunteer, please fill out a training form here:
If you would like more information about the training process, or have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us at

We are also always looking for new volunteers to join our Publicity, Fundraising and Outreach team (PFO). PFO volunteers act as ambassadors for Nightline by talking to students and organising events in their colleges and departments. If you've got a flair for publicity or an interest in charity PR, please get in touch at - we'd love to hear from you!


Talented Oxford DPhil, graduate and undergraduate students are invited to apply for a place at Citadel’s only UK Datathon taking place on Saturday, 3 November hosted, this year, by Cambridge University.
The UK Datathon is hosted by Citadel LLC & Citadel Securities in partnership with Correlation One. The event will run from 8:00am-6:00pm at Cambridge University. Please note that Citadel will cover the cost of travel and one night hotel accommodations for invited students from outside the greater Cambridge area. Highlights include:
• 25,000 USD in cash prizes!
• The chance to showcase your skills tackling a meaningful, real-world problem!
• The opportunity to participate at The Data Open and win 100,000 usd in cash prizes!
• Possible interviews with Citadel & Citadel Securities!
Sign up HERE to complete the Questionnaire, Assessment and Registration! Deadline for Registration is 28th October.

If you have any further questions, please direct them to Thank you, and we look forward to receiving your application and hope to have you in attendance with us on Saturday, 3rd November!

  • Volunteer Coaches Needed! - Universify Education

Universify Education is a local Oxford based charity that supports a diverse range of students who are currently in Year 10 at secondary school and who live in some of the most disadvantaged postcodes across the UK. Traditionally under represented at highly selective universities we are looking to address educational equality by supporting these students to raise attainment and aspiration. If you would like to know more take a look at the video on volunteering and please do share with suitable candidates.

We require student coaches to participate in 1 week residential in August
Support their three GCSE students 1:1 by skype/phone once a month
Residential 3 day course at Easter

Through the residential courses we offer Caoches free food, coaching, safeguarding and first aid training are provided free too. Find out more and APPLY:

  • Year in Industry 2019/2020: Opportunities at Diamond

Diamond’s 12 month 'Year in Industry' placement scheme allows undergraduate students studying for a relevant degree such as Engineering, Software/Computing, Physics, Chemistry or Biology, to gain experience working at a world-class research centre.
The students will work on their own project during the year, with support from their supervisors and collaborating with staff across the organisation. We have an excellent track record for helping students execute work which is valued by the whole Diamond community. You can read about the programme, and each of the available projects on our website:

Students will also have the opportunity to get involved with other areas of work to gain a wider view of the full range of what a synchrotron does. Training and experience is also provided in the following areas:
• Presentation training to prepare for the final talk on the project
• Poster design as an important skill for the communication of science
• Python programming
• Science communication to the public, including training and involvement at events
• An internal programme of seminars and talks from leading scientists
• Tours and talks of other science facilities across the Harwell Campus, such as ISIS and the Central Laser facility

For example, in 2018, some of the Year in Industry students went to the Bluedot Science and Music festival to represent Diamond, and students have also gone to New Scientist Live and other external events.
Placement students must be registered as an undergraduate for the duration of their time at Diamond and ensure that they can commit to the whole 12-month period. Placements typically start during the summer between academic years 2 and 3. Applicants should be expecting to gain a first or 2:1 honours degree. For the positions advertised, students will need to either:
• Be a UK/EEA national or
• Hold a tier 4 Visa and have a year in industry (sandwich year) as a part of their degree.

The deadline for applications is midnight on Thursday 1st November 2018 . Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a student recruitment day on Tuesday 20th November and Friday 23rd November 2018.

If you would like to place an advert on this page or if you spot a mistake, please contact Hannah Glanville.