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Publishing Strategy and Implementation Intern, Springer Nature Opening Doors Programme

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You must be a current student or recent graduate with great communication skills and a keen interest in research publishing and data analytics. Available to start June 2024 for a 6-month internship.
  • You will support projects on Nature and Open Access journals, assist with data analysis, research for content acquisition, and contribute to Sustainable Development Goals research. Paid internship with hands-on experience and career development opportunities.

Off-cycle Internship

Business, Operations & Strategy, ScienceLondon


  • Are you looking for an internship that provides hands-on experience in research publishing and the chance to make connections at one of the largest publishers of education and research content?
  • The Springer Nature Opening Doors Programme, Publishing Strategy and Implementation internship is a paid opportunity for students and recent graduates in the UK to gain experience in research and science news publishing in our journals, books or magazines.


  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate programme, or be a recent graduate
  • Available to start in June 2024 for an internship of up to six months
  • Excellent communication skills are key to this role – both written and verbal
  • Strong interest in research publishing and data analytics

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Business, Operations & Strategy


  • The successful applicant will learn by supporting projects relating to the strategy of the Nature and fully Open Access journals, part of the Research Publishing division of Springer Nature. If selected for this internship, you will be assisting with projects and data analysis to support the development of the Nature journals. You will also assist with Open Access journal content acquisition projects, including topic and author research and outreach. Part of the journals’ strategy focuses on research supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
  • What’s in it for you?:
  • Developing skills in data analysis and project coordination alongside developing business and commercial awareness and an understanding of science communication and the role of selective journals.
  • Develop skills in new journal development, researching and working with publication data, content acquisition, team working and communication in an office environment
  • Gain knowledge and insight into journals publishing roles and processes
  • A paid internship, equivalent to the London living wage
  • Hands-on experience at one of the largest academic publishing groups and the opportunity to learn from experienced publishing professionals.
  • Support from a buddy from one of Springer Nature’s employee networks that connect people who share a common identity.
  • Access to career development, training and events, including an overview of different business areas at Springer Nature and advice on the job application process.
  • The opportunity to work on projects related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the publishing industry and the Sustainable Development Goals


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Application deadline

Apr 19, 2024