Sajid Khan is the first person to take up a post on the LSE Enterprise Internship Programme. The programme has been introduced to offer LSE graduates the opportunity to acquire additional learning experiences through working on specific projects.
LSE Enterprise facilitates the practical and commercial application of the School's expertise and intellectual resources offering a professional interface with academic staff via services including Consultancy, LSE Executive Education, Commercial Research and Decision Support.
The Internship Scheme is predominantly practical and hands on providing graduates the chance to learn many new skills. A large number of high quality applicants for the post made the choice very difficult. Terri-Ann Lawrence, Operations Controller said, "we were very happy with the quality of applicants, and feel that Sajid's experience will bring a great deal to the team."
Sajid, graduated from LSE in October 2003 with an MSc in Analysis Design and Management of Information Systems. He is delighted to join the LSE Enterprise:
"LSE Enterprise is a great place to introduce me to the business environment, offering as it does a wonderful blend of academia and business working side by side. "
The programme offers three placements a year, each for 3 months. To find out more, email Terri-Ann Lawrence at: email@example.com