We get a lot of generic requests for work experience as it’s commonly a course requirement to secure a placement.
Generic requests that have been copy & pasted are easy to spot and are instantly discounted.
We invest a lot of senior staff time into mentoring and facilitating work experience placements, which is why we only are interested in speaking with students who are themselves serious about securing a high quality work experience placement.
One final tip… follow up on your application!
You would be surprised as to how few people actually follow up, and truth be told… it’s typically students who do put in that little extra effort who stand out and end up with a placement.