STEM Paid Internship Programme

STEM Undergraduate Internship Programme

Why should you apply?

Our internship programme is ideal if you are interested in pursuing a career teaching Mathematics or Physics.

The programme will run over a period of four weeks and will pay £300 a week.

The programme starts on 11th June 2018 and will end on 6th July 2018.

How to apply?

Applications are now open and interviews will begin from 9th April 2018.

If you would like to apply for our STEM Internship, please download the form below. Send completed application forms to: teachertraining@deyeshigh.co.uk

More information

If you have any more questions please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. For full details on how to contact us please click the ‘contact’ button below.

Notice for Internship applicants Physics and Maths:

How will we use your personal information?

The internship you are applying for is part-funded by the Department for Education (DfE). The DfE intends to evaluate the internship and the potential benefits to those who participate in it as well as the wider education sector.  To enable them to do this, we will provide the minimum information necessary to them to carry out their evaluation.

DfE (or a contracted organisation working on its behalf) may also:

  • Contact you to ask about your experiences of the internship. Please note that, if contacted, you will be under no obligation to take part. If you do, you will not be identified in any results of the evaluation and you can ask not to participate, or change your mind, at any time.


  • Link information you provide in your application form with other information about you which DfE already holds or to which it is lawfully permitted access.  This is to identify (for example) what kinds of qualifications applicants to this internship go on to achieve, how many go into teaching, and how long they are employed as teachers, without having to contact you repeatedly to ask you to update your information.

Security and confidentiality

DfE’s use of the information we share with them (or its contracted partner) will have no influence on the outcome of your application or your participation in the training and DfE’s findings will not identify you or any other applicants.

Any personal data shared with DfE will be handled securely and only accessed for the purposes of the evaluation of teacher training, recruitment and retention.

You can find more information about DfE at www.gov.uk/dfe.

If you have any questions about how DfE will use your information, please contact STEM.evaluation@education.gov.uk