Studying a science, engineering, maths or technology subject? Interested in meeting employers with graduate and internship opportunities who want to recruit you? Then don’t miss the STEM Fair on Wednesday 19 October, 11.00am – 3.00pm in the Physics & Exhibition Centre. Check out the organisations who’ll be on campus that day – they’re all listed … Continue reading STEM students. Don’t miss this!
Thomas O’Rourke is the owner of Decking Hero, an online DIY affiliate website. After graduating from the University of Leeds in 2010, he has accumulated over 6 years of experience in digital marketing, having previously worked as the Head of Account Management for a leading UK digital agency. It can be tough getting your first … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: What soft skills do employers in digital look for?
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
Three has created a development programme with a twist; starting with the fact that is open to both their employees and university students. A challenge to put your storytelling and collaborative skills to the test, and the chance to get a real insight into a digital/tech company. Submit a (less than) one-minute video talking about … Continue reading #MakeItRight competition from Three
This relatively informal event on Tuesday 18 August provides an insight into the wide variety of graduate opportunities. Plus there's also the chance to network with GS Tech representatives. It's open to penultimate and final years students from all degree disciplines. If you'd like to apply for this event hosted in London, visit the event … Continue reading Goldman Sachs Technology Meet Up & Networking Event
Guest blog written by Mark Bradford, STEM Graduates 48% of York graduates find work in Scientific, Engineering and Computing-orientated careers, so with graduation fast approaching it’s probably as good a time as any to introduce ourselves. STEM Graduates provide careers advice and graduate job opportunities for students and graduates from Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths degree … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: 5 Ways to Boost Your Employability as a Graduate
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!
Open to all graduation years, this is a great opportunity to see whether a career in financial services Technology is for you. This two-day challenge gives you the chance to put your coding skills to practice, while helping a good cause. Over 24 hours we’ll ask you to develop a solution for a leading non-profit … Continue reading J.P Morgan – Use your coding skills to change lives.
Competitions from PwC and Freshfields - from a quick selfie to a 3,000 word essay, deadlines in October and December. Prizes include techy goodies, cash, and work placements. Read on to find out more... PwC competitions Short and tweet Enter our #WhatTech competition by tweeting @PwC_UK_Careers with your technology predictions for 2014. Your tweet should … Continue reading Competitions – PwC and Freshfields