Work experience

UTC Oxfordshire’s direct links with industry provide students with access to fantastic work experience opportunities. Students are required to go through an application process, as they would if they were applying for a job, giving them valuable experience to prepare them for when they leave school.

Below are some examples of work experience placements that our students completed throughout work experience week, June 2016:

Mini logoGoncalo Tjim: “I’m expecting to gain a lot of hands-on experience and have to use my initiative.”
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Jaguar_Land_Rover_ExZone4Charlie Plows: “I hope to get a better idea of the industry and have a really good experience with one of the motor trade’s most luxury manufacturers.”
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Francesca Topp: “I am looking forward to learning more about digital engineering and what it is like to work on a construction site as an engineer.”
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RAL Space

Ella Quigley: “I’m looking forward to learning about what goes on at RAL Space and getting involved in some of their projects.”
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Kyla Panisales: “I am expecting to be seeing consults and maybe surgeries.”
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Kian Powell: “After I leave UTC Oxfordshire, I hope to get a MINI apprenticeship.”
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Ryan Donnelly: “During my placement I am going to be coding with Windows PowerShell and PowerGUI.”
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BCS primary school
Holly Seach-Watson: “When I leave UTC Oxfordshire I hope to become a teacher.”
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South and Vale

 

Justice Vivdych-Gapaka: “I am not exactly sure what I would like to be after I leave school, but I like the idea of being a scientific journalist.”
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Williams

Jude Merchant: “I hope to do an apprenticeship at Williams F1 in prototype and test.”
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lister-wilder-logoOllie Hummphrey: “When I leave UTC Oxfordshire I hope to get an apprenticeship as an agricultural technician.”
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Elliot Dyer: “I am looking forward to learning about what is like to work in product design.”
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BCS primary school
Anya Coles: “I’m expecting to be helping out in classrooms or all over the school.”
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