Access over 4,200 science and technology students through internships, careers fairs, collaborative research projects, year in industry programmes, volunteering programmes and recruitment services.
Your organisation can access expertise from across our science and technology disciplines. These include biological and environmental sciences, computer science, communications systems, chemistry, a range of engineering disciplines, geography, mathematics and statistics, physics, and psychology.
As well as their chosen degree subject, our students are skilled in problem solving, analysis, critical reflection, oral and written communications, and negotiation. We evaluate the needs of each organisation and match these to the appropriate student through a competitive process.
Access over 4,200 science and technology students
Over 500 student partnerships a year
Over 200 businesses supported through our Internship Programme
Ways to Engage
We offer a wide range of opportunities for you to meet, work with and recruit skilled science and technology students and graduates.
Whether you want to develop a new product, compete in a new market, enhance your organisation's performance, tap into our diverse skill-set, or work alongside us in world-leading facilities, we have the expertise and resources you need.
£11.4m new business programmes
Register interest now in our new fully funded business programmes:
- The £4.9m Next Gen Chem programme will enable Lancashire chemical-using SMEs to innovate using 'next generation' chemistry.
- The £4.4m Greater Innovation for Smart Material Optimisation (GISMO) programme offers Cheshire and Warrington SMEs access to research and development expertise and specialist technology to solve industry-driven challenges through innovations in ‘smart’ materials.
- The £2.1m Lancashire Cyber Foundry programme offers the opportunity for SMEs to increase their awareness of cyber security technologies and explore the development of new digital products and services using technology to innovate.
All three programmes are fully funded for eligible SMEs, as they are part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and Lancaster University.