Year 13 and 14 Work Insight Programme: 3rd-6th July 2023
Do you want to meet professionals at five different organisations, build your employability skills and diversify your CV? Apply to SMBP’s Work Insight & Skills Programme! In just four days you will learn from business-leaders and collaborate with peers to complete realistic work-based challenges. Explore careers in legal, creative, tech, public and business sectors to help your personal statement and future applications stand out. Apply today to SMBP’s award-winning programme!
Please note: The SMBP Programme will be delivered in Belfast 3rd – 6th July! Lunch will be provided each day and the cost of student travel on public transport will be covered by SMBP.
Students can read more via our website: https://smbp.org.uk/students/
Watch a video explaining the programme here: https://youtu.be/K2twWh98RGc
Or apply directly here: https://forms.office.com/e/Vi70fHTK2Z
Student eligibility information – who can apply?
Students applying must:
- Be in Year 13 or Year 14; and
- Have attended a state-funded, non fee-paying school/college.
We prioritise places to students who:
- Have 5 GCSEs grades A-C including English and Mathematics; and
- Are first generation* to attend university in their family; or
Have been eligible for free school meals in the last 6 years; or
Are from a low-income household**
*First generation means that neither of your parents have been to university and got a degree. You count as being first generation to go to university even if the following people have gone to university: your foster parents, your care workers, your brother or sister, your biological parents (if you’re adopted), or a parent with whom you’ve had no contact during your secondary and post- 16 education.
**a low-income household is defined as such if the total household income is less than the areas average household expenditure. The table below details the average household expenditure by area:
|Average Weekly Household Expenditure
|Average Yearly Household Expenditure
Download the Student 2023 Work Insight and Skills Week Guide