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Meet our students

A student placement at LGC is a great opportunity to work alongside our qualified scientists in our GLP/GCP and ISO accredited laboratories.


Find out what our current students are saying about their time with LGC.

 
‘It has been such a good experience working here at LGC, the department have been very welcoming. It has been a great insight into life after University and allowed me to develop my skill set.  I would definitely recommend a placement here’.
Charlotte Lal (University of Birmingham)
Large molecule bioanalysis



 
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“The placement has allowed me to demonstrate what I've learnt at University in a very practical way and has really helped with parts of University work which was previously difficult to understand just theoretically. It is such a great opportunity and a fantastic environment to work in as everyone is so lovely!”
Laura Grant (University of Nottingham)
Small molecule bioanalysis


 



“Working at LGC has given me a fantastic opportunity to learn in a fast paced working environment. I felt welcome from day one and am very grateful for the opportunity to apply some of the theory from my degree to an industrial environment”
Charlie Langshaw (University of Nottingham)
Small molecule bioanalysis

 

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“CMC has taught me so much already about laboratory work at LGC; each day is different and everyone is always extremely helpful!”
Hope Sheppard (University of Surrey)
Chemistry Manufacturing and Control (CMC)
“LGC is a great company to be part of.  Everyone is so friendly and helpful enabling me to be able to expand my knowledge and skills.”
Megan Sturgeon (University of Surrey)
Supplement and feed testing


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