KYOCERA is trying to find the best team of developers, business students and idea makers, through the annual KYOCERA invitational competition. Enter a team of three into KYOCodes, and you could be crowned as the KYOCERA app developers, potentially winning a top prize of £3,000 worth of Apple gift cards, devices for the university, potential job offers and an accreditation as a KYOCERA developer.
KYOCERA also uses this programme to find the new talent for our technical and sales staff of the future.
The Brunel team will be invited to KYOCERA Reading or Manchester and tasked with designing, building and presenting an application which meets a real business need and challenge, followed by training on how to develop the concept, before testing and presenting the end product.
Online registration is open until 26 January 2018, and the online qualification quiz runs from 27-31 January. Training weeks start on 5 February 2018 and final presentations are on 2 April 2018.
11 awards, from 11 employers, for 11 students to become the Undergraduate of the Year 2018!
Top companies are looking for the best undergraduates in 11 different sectors which include IT, Engineering, Science, Marketing, Mathematics, Humanities, Business, Management, Economics, Fashion and Social Action. There are great prizes including internships, places on graduate schemes, iPads, director lunches and international trips! The ten best students from each award will be invited to attend the prestigious Awards Ceremony in Canary Wharf in April!
Closing date for applications is 29 January 2018.
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At Rolls-Royce, we collect and analyse vast quantities of data every day. We use this data to generate insights to improve the way our aviation customers plan and manage their operations. But this only happens is our customers can understand these insights. Our challenge is to present the intelligence hidden in the data in a user-friendly way.
That’s why we’ve launched the Data Storytelling Challenge. Working with a data set we give you for a fictional airline, we want you to create a visualisation that tells a complex data story. It doesn’t matter if you’re an engineer, an artist, a computer scientist, a mathematician or a languages student. As long as you can find an interesting and engaging way to visualise data, we want to hear from you.
If you win, you’ll join us for an internship to turn your idea into reality. And if that goes well, it could just be the start of your relationship with Rolls-Royce.
Are you up for the challenge? Visit: careers.rolls-royce.com/dsc to find out more. The Competition closes: 26 January 2018.
The Award, sponsored by National Accident Helpline, offers UK law undergraduates the chance to win £5,000 and a work placement.
How can you enter?
Submit an original essay on the topic: “The personal injury legal sector is frequently attacked by government, insurers and media as ambulance-chasing lawyers seeking to promote a compensation culture. What can organisations in the personal injury legal sector do differently in order to dispel the misconceptions and bring integrity back to claiming compensation?”
Your essay must be a maximum of 1,300 words, excluding footnotes and a 100-word summary and needs to be submitted by 14 January 2018. Read more about the award and enter.
TCS CodeVita, a programming contest, is aimed at attracting university students to adopt the coding culture and experience the joy of programming. Winners get a trip to India for the grand finale and a chance to win $10,000.
Find out more information and register for CodeVita. Registration closes on
22 November 2017 at 11:59 PM IST
Europe Language Jobs are a multilingual job board that publishes vacancies including internships from all over Europe. The 30 Day Challenge is running throughout October, aiming to help you improve your professional profile when seeking jobs and increase your employability. Participants will be eligible to win a free week language course in a European country. The prize is granted by ESL, one of our partners.
PLATFORM is a new mentoring, development and small bursary scheme open to emerging writers based in London. Working with an assigned mentor from the Spread the Word Associate Writer cohort, seven emerging writers who don’t have an agent and/ or not under contract for publication will receive support to help make their literary idea a reality.
PLATFORM is made possible through the funding of Cockayne Grants for the Arts and The London Community Foundation. Applications by 5:00pm, Monday 2 October 2017.