Students will complete an internship in a business function alongside their
studies. Students will draw upon their experience in the workplace in order to reflect on (and to
challenge) their behaviours, attitudes and assumptions at work. This greater self-awareness will help the
student to appreciate differences in cultural and ethical working practices. The module uses coaching
tools to help students discover their own solutions to issues, thus developing ?independent? self-reliant
learners and increasing their resilience.
Assessment: Oral presentation (25%) ; Reflective Log (25%) ; Reflective Essay (50%).
Internship: Professional and Personal Skills Development
University of Westminster
Area of Study
Accounting, Architecture, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Fashion, Finance, Graphic Design, Hospitality, Human Resources, Internship, Journalism, Legal Studies, Marketing, Media Studies, Music, Political Science, Psychology, Sport and Leisure Sciences, Studio Art, Theater
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6