Now in its third year at the University, the competition was open to students who applied to work on a real-life task for one of 10 social enterprises, including The Galagel Trust, Glasgow City of Science and Young Enterprise Scotland.

We’re delighted to report that BSc Biomedical Science student Eleanor Schyma, the youngest participant, was awarded the second prize for her work with Glasgow City of Science and plans for the development of our demonstrator project, ‘Glasgow City of Scientists’.


Glasgow Caledonian University: ‘Students win internships with social enterprises’