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Work Placement 

Work experience from your home country is a valuable asset, but the lack of UK work experience can sometimes be a barrier to your professional growth. That's why we have combined the best of two groundbreaking initiatives, the Black Interns Programme and the Black Talents Programme, to create a transformative experience that will shape the trajectory of your future.

We believe in empowering talented individuals like you to achieve your career aspirations in the United Kingdom. Whether you are an experienced professional looking to showcase your skills and expertise to UK employers or an aspiring individual seeking valuable internship opportunities with top organisations, this programme is designed to be the catalyst for your career growth. 

Benefits

Valuable Work Experience

Get hands-on experience and exposure to real-world work scenarios, enriching your academic knowledge.

Structured Career Transition

Our programme is designed to offer a smooth transition from academic life to employment, setting you on the right path for your career.

Targeted Opportunity Matching

We connect you with host organisations that seek professionals with your skillset, ensuring relevance and compatibility.

Skill Development

Access workshops and training sessions to develop essential skills needed for professional success.

Enhanced Employability

The practical experience gained through our programme enhances your employability and marketability to potential employers.

Demonstrate Your Expertise

Showcase your capabilities to potential employers and gain valuable UK work experience to enhance your profile.

Eligibility

FOR INTERNS

Academic Background

Applicants should be students in their penultimate year, from the Black community pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies in the UK.

Academic Excellence

Candidates should have previous work experience in their home countries or other international settings, demonstrating their capabilities in their chosen profession.

Commitment to Career Development

Candidates should demonstrate a strong commitment to their career development and a desire to excel in their chosen field

Right to Work

Candidates must possess the necessary work permits or right-to-work documentation required for employment in the UK for at least 3-12 months without restrictions.

FOR SKILLED TALENTS

Skilled Professionals Only

Applicants must be skilled individuals from the Black community, possessing relevant work experience and expertise in their respective fields.

International Work Experience

Candidates should have previous work experience in their home countries or other international settings, demonstrating their capabilities in their chosen profession.

Lack of UK Work Experience

Eligible applicants must have limited or no work experience in the UK, making them eligible for the programme's support in gaining UK work exposure.

Right to Work

Candidates must possess the necessary work permits or right-to-work documentation required for employment in the UK for at least 3-12 months without restrictions.

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