A great way to kickstart you actuarial career is through an internship; here is some information on what to expect when doing an actuary internship at LCP.
Studying at university and considering a career as an actuary? Then why not find out first-hand what life as an actuary is really like by becoming a summer intern.
Experience working for LCP. Meet the people, see the offices and join in the social scene on a summer internship with varied and engaging work, training and pay, and a real opportunity to secure a graduate position. We offer internships in our Pensions, Investment and Insurance departments, in both London and Winchester. Internships typically run for eight weeks from the start of July.
Actuary internship at LCP: Working as a summer intern
We will make every effort to support you during your placement and will go out of our way to make sure you settle in and feel part of the team. We offer a structured training programme to provide you with all the in-house and technical training you’ll need. We’ll also assign you a ‘buddy’ who will be on-hand to answer any questions you might have and support you throughout your internship.
As an intern, you will get involved in the same work as trainee actuaries on our graduate programme. You’ll be able to contribute to a variety of projects, and be given real responsibility from day one. We’ll also try to take you along to client meetings so you can see what being a consulting actuary is really about!
Working at LCP
We are large enough to offer you experience on a wide range of projects, including advising FTSE 100 and global companies, but still personal enough that you will not be ‘just a number’. From day one, interns get actively involved and able to make their own contribution to meeting the needs of our clients.
Of course, internships aren’t all work and no play. We offer several sports teams and organise a wide variety of social events over the summer. There are also plenty of opportunities to meet informally with colleagues and hear about their experiences of the actuarial profession and LCP.
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