Archives & Special Collections provides in-course placements to University of Glasgow students on particular courses - your academic will tell you if this option is available to you.
When we can, we also make available internships for University of Glasgow students via the Careers Service's Internship Hub.
As we receive a large number of speculative applications each year, we regret that we cannot accommodate all requests.
Examples of our student placements and internships
Glasgow University's Great War Project
- Madeleine French - South African WW1 Alumni (film) (History)
- Bethany Garry - WW1 Alumni and the Necropolis (film) (History, Spanish and Religious Studies)
- Cristina Chiran - Romania (film) (MA Digital Media & Information Studies)
- Xinyang Yu - China (film) (MSc Media Management)
List of contributors to date.
Stoddard-Templeton Archive Cataloguing Project
- Zoe Coleman - The 1931 Persian Art exhibition and its Templeton legacy (History of Art)
House of Fraser Archive Project
- Caitlin Barry (History of Art)
- Brooke Martin (History of Art)
Preservation and Conservation Projects
- Andreea Duma - The Silver Gelatin Process (Technical Art History)
- Brittany Johnston - The Robertson Family Ambrotype Photographs (Technical Art History)
- Claire Richards - Architectural Plans (History of Art)
- Kimberly Frost - Sir Gilbert Scott's Architecture: A Victorian Vision on Paper (History of Art)
- Kacper Kuznicki - The Blackhouse Charters Conservation Programme: Parchment Preservation (History of Art)
- Raquel Mendez - Analysis and Basic Conservation Treatment of Glass Plate Negatives (Technical Art History)
- Seonaid Rogers - Conservation Analysis and Basic Conservation Treatment of Wax Seals (History of Art)
- Ekaterina Vinokurova - Conservation Analysis and Preservation Treatment of Parchment Documents (Technical Art History)
- Yuchen Qian - Egg for a Memorable Moment: Visit of Queen Victoria to Queen Margaret College (Technical Art History)
- Elin Lundmark - Stoddard-Templeton Design Archive: Techniques for Design Made Accessible (Technical Art History )