Our paid summer internships usually last for around 12 weeks. They’re a great way to gain experience using the latest tools and technologies, working in a team and learning from our experienced mentors.
You’ll get invaluable insight into the real world of software development within a supportive environment, and we hope it may also be the start of a longer-term relationship. Many of our interns have returned to join our Graduate Programme, and a majority of our grads go on to build successful careers in one of our four UK offices. Applications for our 2019 Programme are open from September 2018.
As an intern, you’ll get to tackle a challenging design and build project to help you develop new skills and an understanding of how to develop software in a commercial environment. Here are two examples of recent projects recently set for our interns.
Our interns used TensorFlow.js to build a web app that could recognise products sold in the office honesty store from a camera feed.Read more
This intern project was to create a Foyer Screen which would show pertinent information for the office it was in, such as room availability, visitors, local weather, notes, and travel information.Read more
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Isaac gives his account of our 12-week internship programme, where he worked on the development of an iOS web application that included image recognition, machine learning, and full stack development.
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