Scott Logic builds large-scale, bespoke, business-critical systems for some of the world’s most high-profile organisations. With our annual internship you can enjoy a summer season being paid to sample a challenging and rewarding career in software.
You’ll spend around 12 weeks learning from smart, highly-capable people in a collaborative environment that encourages the sharing of knowledge and experience. You’ll build on the knowledge you’ve gained at university and begin to apply it in a real-world setting, learning new things and working with cutting-edge technologies along the way. And we hope you’ll forge a longer term relationship with us that will see you return to our graduate programme after you complete your degree.
Previous intern projects have been diverse, including:
To apply for the paid summer internship you need to be in the penultimate year of your degree, ideally in a computing, mathematical, engineering or scientific subject.
You should also have:
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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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