Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Development Manager, Careers Two areas with high demand for graduates are technology and engineering. Skills shortages in these areas mean there are lots of opportunities for graduates with the necessary qualifications and experience. Developers and cyber security specialists are particularly in demand – just think of the recent … Continue reading Careers in technology and engineering
Guest blog written by Scott Logic, software development company Although the reality may be markedly different, technology is generally perceived as a largely male domain. However, as time goes on, more and more women are encouraged to thrive in the fast-paced technology sector. In Britain, statistics from Reuters show just 13 per cent of the … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Women in technology
Guest blog written by: Jeff Cunliffe, Director, Automation Consultants Career opportunities in computer science are good. The economic recovery is boosting job prospects, and coupled with the nationwide skills shortage in STEM subjects, there’s now plenty of demand for high-quality graduates. It’s wise to get an idea of the roles available and what each one … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Software lifecycle career options
An annual event exclusively for female students looking to find out more about technology careers. 23 October or 20 November, London, applications for IT's not just for the boys! are open now. "You don’t have to be studying technology to pursue it as a career, if you’re passionate about IT then go for it! This … Continue reading IT’s not just for the boys!
The best networking event for women interested in technology. LAST CHANCE TO APPLY to meet Deloitte, ATOS, Capital One, National Grid, Tesco, TK Maxx and PwC next Friday in Nottingham. Visit http://www.itsnotjustfortheboys.co.uk to apply for this prestigious, expenses paid event, and discover opportunities for graduate schemes and internships in 2015. You don’t need to be … Continue reading IT’s not just for the boys!
hyphen's Next Generation Programme is working in partnership with Lloyds Banking Group and is currently recruiting graduates for their IT Trainee Scheme. They are looking for talented, ambitious individuals to join the scheme, which is specially designed to help find the next generation of IT specialists. See here for more information and to apply.
Guest blog written by Albie Attias, Director of King of Servers Understanding the importance of skills So, your university days are almost up and the light at the end of a very, very long tunnel is starting to appear in the distance. However, you're also realising before you get there, and before the real world … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Look beyond the job title
Are you: • a female undergraduate with a passion for technology? • looking to discover opportunities for graduate schemes and placements? • interested in working for eBay, TK Maxx, Vodafone, BT, Cognizant Technology Solutions UK Ltd, Telefonica or Thoughtworks? IT’s not just for the boys! 28 March 2014, eBay HQ, Richmond (not far from central … Continue reading IT’s not just for the boys! 28 March, London
University of York has access to ‘10 Minutes With’, an international video platform designed to help students understand the true nature of different jobs and identify the career paths that most suit them. Companies around the world use 10 Minutes With on a daily basis to interact with students and source the best talent worldwide! Sign up, upload your CV and you could … Continue reading 10 Minutes With
If you want to work in the gaming industry, have a look at the LAUNCH a Career: Best Portfolio award. This award seeks to find and elevate the most promising graduate entering the professional world of gaming. Open to all University students and graduates For further details and to apply, visit http://launchconference.co.uk/awards/. Deadline for applications is … Continue reading LAUNCH Awards