All full-time undergraduate students are eligible to apply for positions within Intel's 13 month placement scheme provided this fulfills a requirement of your degree, and you must have the legal right to work in the United Kingdom. It's important to know that Intel Corporation (UK) Ltd. is committed to equal opportunity employment. Intel respects, values, and welcomes diversity.
In all our candidates we value skills, experiences and enthusiasm for our company.
We sometimes have shorter placements available on an ad hoc basis, and for these, we welcome students enrolled in bachelors, masters, or doctoral programs.
We hope that you’re ready to make your great jump into the future with us. Here’s how the selection process works, along with those all important dates.
From September: Submit your CV and cover letter by applying online.
All applications are reviewed by a team who are looking for good evidence of:
Interest in the field for which they have applied
A strong academic record
Transferable skills including communication and problem solving
Some relevant work experience
If your application is successful you will be contacted by one of our team members regarding next steps. This may consist of a phone interview and if successful, an invitation to attend an interview or assessment centre day.
December-March: Assessment centres or interviews take place on site or virtually- this will be communicated to you in advance during the process. All students go through two to three selection methods which could include a behavioural interview, a presentation activity and a group exercise. Skills tested at assessment centres are communication, interpersonal, planning and team-building skills. Versatility and the flexibility to adapt to new situations are also essential. In this period we aim to deliver the majority of offers.
April: All successful candidates will be invited back to the Intern Open Day which is an event to introduce new interns to their teams and the other interns prior to starting their internship.