Industry Collaboration Project | My Assignment Tutor

Welcome Industry Collaboration Project (ICP) Students enrolling on all Salford Business School’s master’s courses undertake the Industry Collaboration Project (ICP) Module which supports employability by offering you the choice of: A six-month paid work placement – an integrated period of work-based learning in a suitable organisation, as agreed by Salford Business School.An assessed internship- 3 month monitored work or service/volunteer experience agreed by Salford Business School, in which you will have specified learning goals and will need to actively reflect on what is being learned throughout the experience.A three month applied dissertation –this provides students with a unique opportunity to examine an issue important to an organization which should consist of research questions, aims and objectives, the rationale for undertaking the study, literature review, research methodology, analysis of findings, conclusions, recommendations and a critical reflection by the student of their work learning.An assessed entrepreneurship project- 3 month monitored entrepreneurial experience agreed by Salford Business School, in which you will have specified learning goals and will need to actively reflect on what is being learned throughout the entrepreneurial experience.A 12-month paid work placement – limited to five MSc programmes: Project management, Procurement, logistics and SMC, Operations management, International business, and Digital Marketing. The taught aspect of ICP is delivered via a one-week block. It will cover literature review, research methods, data analysis and findings. The taught delivery provides students with research training to support their final project, as well as providing a pathway which supports both applications for placements/internships and the development of the project plan. On successful completion of the taught modules, students will commence their individual ICP, for which an individual supervisor is allocated (students have no right of choice).