University of Leicester Micro-Internship Programme
Micro-internships are short-term, voluntary learning and development opportunities designed to benefit both students and employers. Our micro-internship programme connects participating employers with their own University of Leicester intern, who will volunteer up to 40 hours of their time to a designated project. Project themes are set by the employer and relate to real business needs, enabling genuine benefit and insight to be gained by the organisation, while boosting the intern’s employability. Micro-internships are completed on a part-time basis over a four week period. The programme runs three times a year in autumn, spring and summer.
Lnet has an exclusive opportunity to continue research into the user experience possibilities in the modern digital world. Expanding well-beyoned websites and marketing.
We have a strong focus on the psychology of user experience, if this interests you, please get in touch using the form below.
You will be identifying the need for detailed user experience research and providing evidence from online data, surveys and interviews. Testing will be available with online eye-movement tracking and facial recognition to demonstrate the depth of opportunities.Example areas of UX research could be, but not exclusively:
- Healthy Ageing
- Virtual Reality
- Advertising & Videos