UKRN Summer 2024 Internship (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) – 2 positions being recruited


excellence through collaboration,

Requirements of the role

The UK Regulators Network (UKRN) brings together sixteen member regulators to explore common policy areas. It seeks to implement better and more effective collaboration between regulators, to improve the coherence of regulatory policy work and share ideas for more efficient working.

The UKRN is led by the CEOs of the 16 member regulators, covering the utilities, finance and transport sectors. The UKRN is supported by a group of senior directors from across the membership, who are responsible for the delivery of the UKRN work programme and the UKRN external expert panel, who provide challenge to our work and strategic direction.

The UKRN has an exciting and challenging forward work programme, looking at improving strategic engagement between members and key stakeholder groups, working collaboratively on policy issues, where we can achieve more through working together than we can individually. We also seek to identify and implement ways that regulators can transact with one another, to improve internal efficiencies through their people and resources.

Who are we looking for?

We want people who are eager to learn and serious about building a career at the heart of the UK economy. You will also need to know what we do, share our purpose, and be genuinely motivated to join the UKRN.

We are committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive workforce, so we welcome applications from candidates with all backgrounds.

What will you learn?
You will learn about our role in the UK’s economy and the role our member regulators play in it whilst gaining valuable ‘on-the-job’ skills. You’ll join our team and support UKRN in its various areas of work.

You’ll also have the opportunity to learn more by attending talks and networking events.

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Hybrid working, London

 Contract type

Fixed term, Internship



 Working pattern

Flexible working, Hybrid

 Closing Date