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  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Internship is an extension of interview and must be aware that we are essentially cheap labour to gain experience => Do not complain if your work is mundane.
  • Last but not least, having fun
  • Whether you like it or not in the end, whether you made a wrong decision to choose the company to work for in the summer, Don’t panic if you can’t find internship until March as there are many internships in summer with School, Southampton Excel, etcSummer between third and fourth year is the best time for applying as all companies are looking for students in penultimate year. If you want to learn about software or consolidating your technical knowledge then you should have an internship with Ship Science school especially in the second year.
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    • 1. Summer internshipHieu LeMEng Naval Architecture4th year
    • 2. Outline Internship with BP Internship with LOC Comparison between two companies Culture shock – lessons to learn Advice
    • 3. Internship with BP
    • 4. Basic info Time: 11 weeks (start at beginning of July)Salary (£20,000/year Venue: Sunbury-on-Thames(Zone 6, London)i.e. ~£4200/11 weeks) Accommodation: You have to find yourself(Normally in Imperial College Halls, Zone 1) Half a day off/week Having a full-paid week-offfor summer holiday Video http://youtu.be/74jMGDJqqI8
    • 5. Advantages Big company with many benefits (see video) Structured internship programme  More than 64 interns with different backgrounds lunch and learn sessions  Training activities  Two reflection sessions with your line manager What you can gain:  Overview of Oil and Gas industry, perspective of a ship-owner  Business aspect of shipping industry (IMO, EEDI, Lloyd’s Register)  Working with technical files (General Arrangement, Sea-trial file, Rules and Regulations)
    • 6. Disadvantages Works are interesting but not challenging Projects in BP include  Calculating EEDI of BP fleet (most interesting)  Simulating a barge using HecSalv  Comparing recommendations of TSCF (Tank Structure Cooperative Forum) and BPs Design & Construction standards  Cataloguing BP deck’s ramp
    • 7. LOCMarion James Year 2012 Ankur Thakore Year 2011
    • 8. Basic info Time: 8 weeks (can be flexible) Venue: Singapore Salary (£1000/month) Accommodation: Free (Note: Accommodation inSingapore is extremely expensive, havingaccommodation prepared is a big help). Food and transportations: much cheaper inSingapore
    • 9. Benefits Work in real projects to satisfy customers Using commercial software like GHS (GeneralHydrostatic) for stability analysis, Ultramarine Moses(seekeeping analysis) Maybe able to help in law cases Many activities happening in Singapore e.g.maritime or offshore conferences.
    • 10. Comparison BP Shipping LOCType Ship-owner Engineering ConsultantsSalary Normally higherInternship Program Very structured Only one & two internsWork Checking, Excel More flexible, designing speadsheetEnvironment Higher hierarchy
    • 11. Culture shock (school vs company) Keep balance between learning and working Be proactive in solving problems When to listen and when to challenge What they say sometimes may not be what they think
    • 12. In a nutshell, internship means1. Earning quite a lot of money
    • 13. In a nutshell, internship means2. Relocation in a short term
    • 14. In a nutshell, internship means3. Long time commuting but no homework
    • 15. In a nutshell, internship means4. Acquiring technical understanding
    • 16. In a nutshell, internship means5. Become mature
    • 17. In a nutshell, internship means6. Broadening your career network
    • 18. In a nutshell, internship means7. Having fun
    • 19. Advice It IS always WORTH having an internship CV, Linkedin+ Career Destination event &industrial visit Don’t panic Summer of third year: best time Keep all business cards
    • 20. SummaryTwo internships with BP & LOC Differences btw an oil major and aengineering consultant firm Working in school >< a company Some general advice
    • 21. Thank you for listening

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