The In2science summer programme
The In2science summer programme is a free summer programme consisting of an in-person work experience placement, live online workshops, and competitions. By taking part in the programme, students gain hands-on experience working with leading scientists, researchers and professionals, and expand their personal and professional skills. It includes:
- A one or two week in-person work experience placement hosted by a STEM professional. This allows young people a unique glimpse into what a career in a STEM field is like by allowing them to gain hands-on work experience, develop their professional skills and explore potential professional pathways that interest them.
- Live online skills, careers and employability workshops. The workshops help build students’ skills, knowledge and confidence, and offer them a chance to get a head start on some of the other skills that can help them with university and apprenticeship applications.
- Public engagement competitions. Our competitions give students the opportunity to express their creative side, share their newly-developed knowledge and win great prizes.
- Student induction and celebration events. These support students prior to the start of the programme, and help them celebrate their success after completing it.
- Access to our Alumni Community of over 1000 current students, researchers & employees at some of the UK’s most famous institutions.
The deadline for all applications has been extended to Sunday 16th April 2023.
Gaining meaningful real-world experience is invaluable…
Introduce In2science in your school today!
Why not give your students the opportunity to participate in the 2023 In2science summer programme?
School Resources Pack
Downloadable resources containing all the necessary information to introduce the In2science summer programme to your students and help them get started.
Contact us with any questions or to arrange a virtual presentation in your school, subject to availability.
“Learning how to do experiments in a real-life setting motivated me to study harder for my A-levels.”Thomas, In2science programme participant
Support Your Students!
Find out how you can help your students get In2science by contacting us with any questions or to arrange a virtual presentation in your school.