Fragomen's International Internship Scheme – Temporary Worker Government Authorised Exchange

17th January 2024

Whether you are a business looking to employ an intern in the UK as part of your internship programme or are an individual looking to secure an internship in the UK, we can help you to achieve your goals.

As the only law firm approved by the UK Home Office to serve as an overarching sponsor, Fragomen successfully connects international students with UK companies through its International Internship Scheme. This program attracts emerging talent from across the globe, building a pipeline of future skills and investment into the UK. For over 10 years, Fragomen has provided young people and future business leaders with an opportunity to enhance their skills and careers, helping to forge international partnerships with UK companies and leading universities at home and abroad.

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