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Interns are matched with a personal mentor who is a professional from the external business and law community. This is based on a skill gap analysis that supports development needs.

We value the contribution our mentors make to the success of our students. Each mentor is asked to commit around eight hours of their time to their mentee over the eight month programme, ideally meeting face-to-face at the start and subsequently the meetings can be virtually or via electronic communication. Our mentors come back year on year to mentor. They regularly feedback about how rewarding the process is and how impressed they have been with the pro-activeness of our students.

Are you interested in being one of our Mentors? If so please do get in contact via

I have been struck by the team’s commitment to this collaboration with the business community, and by the enthusiasm and commitment they inspire in their interns

Noel, Director, Knoeledge

The development of the students’ confidence and maturity of outlook is particularly impressive - and a great testament to the work of an enthusiastic and committed team

Roger, Chairman, Zoo Digital

My mentor has been really helpful at giving feedback on my cv and on my studies in general. [Mentor] also helped me questioning myself on what I really want to pursue after my studies

Pauline, Intern 2018 & Senior Intern 2019

I have established a great professional relationship with my mentor and we are still in contact, which is great! He offered me the chance to spend a week in the company he works in and it has been valuable for my personal development

Alessia, Intern of the year 2018 & Senior Intern 2019